Question about Audio Players & Recorders
May need to reinstall the drivers.
If the Sound and Network are built in to the Motherboard you can find out the make and model and usually get the drivers rom the board manufacturer. Have a look inside on the Motherboard for the details. If you have a disk that came with the Motherboard the drivers will probably be on that.
If they are seperate PCI cards plugged in to the Motherboard you will need to know what type they are. Drivers can usually be found on the net, but it means taking the cards out and looking on them for manufacturers name/model/chipset etc.
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
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