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Hi, I believe what you meant to say was you need an Audio driver for your Motherboard is that correct? Here is the Link where the drivers for you Motherboard can be downloaded, specifically the Audio Driver. The Audio Driver for you Motherboard is a Soundmax 1888 I hope the link helps. You have a nice day, mvincentc
Download the latest audio driver from the ASUS WEB site.
You can download the device drivers from ASUS WEB site.Select your model motherboard/computer/laptop, and make sure you select driversthat matches your Windows operating system. Please click on this link to theirWEB support site : -
Users running ASUS P5PE-VM on Windows 7 having difficulty looking for
compatible drivers, especially on graphic card and onboard sound card.
The graphic card is old NVIDIA GForce 3 TI (AGP) and the sound on-board
is SoundMax which is listed as SoundMax Integrated Digital Audio
(TCSUS_CH5) F5410AMR. The driver which comes with the motherboard will
not install the sound drivers because it doesn't recognize the OS
even though it listed the sound card but only Realtek and analog devices.Trying to resolve this problem using Compatibility mode doesn't do
the trick as there is no Vista compatible for GF3 driver. Windows 7
apparently won't recognize GF2 series and older ones. You will have to
upgrade the video card. Try using Windows Update. If it doesn't find the
driver online, then it means the driver is not supported by Win7. No
luck for NForce 3 motherboards either, or NF 1/2 motherboards.
Another workaround you can try is by installing NVIDIA's legacy
driver 66.93 which was reported doing good on GeForce 3 TI 200. You will
have to disable all directX hardware acceleration, but OpenGL works. It looks like upgrading is the last resort you can try after you try all
at device manager I right click multimedia audio controller. the one with a question mark. a dialog box appeared. I selected update driver. then vista ask me: how do you want to search for driver software? I choose browse my computer. Then vista gave me two options. I chose let me pick from a list of device drivers from my computer. A dropdown appeared with a list. I browse through the dropdown. The first time I chose intel because the chipset is from intel. On the right column I chose intel (r) ac '97. It did not work.
I tried to run my support cd. Again, vista said something like compatibility issue.
Then from the drop down soundmax integrated digital audio appeared, i highligted it and click next then just follow the prompt.
Then vista install the driver. Now my computer has sound.
Unfortunately, you are taking a chance installing windows 7 at this point, there is no support yet, and drivers may or may not work- no guarantees. I suggest that anyone trying windows 7 experiment on another partition first to test it out.
Please click here to download the drivers for your audio chipset. You may note that Vista is not listed but the driver version for Windows XP works in Vista, there was a problem with the installer cd on Vista but apparently manually running the installer for the audio card, from the cd works fine. Click here to see what other users of the same motherboard said.