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first try to identify the full name of your sound card. you can download a soundcard by typing the right sound card name. i just based this answer to the message that you sent us hope it helped send me a message for any concerns.
see heres the thing when using VM-Ware, VM-Ware doesnt use drivers for your physical hardware, because it emulates the hardware that is seen in the hardware information of your system preferences.
So installing even drivers for the "emulated" hardware will not work, as VM-Ware uses its own drivers for the hardware, which are included with the VM-Ware Tools, if that doesnt seem to work, you may want to contact VM-Ware support, as they may have a better solutiuon.
check on the cd and see if there is more than one setup file for your sound. If it is the motherboard setup cd then quite often there is more than one kind of sound shipped with the boards and all the drivers for various units are on the same cd.