Question about Intel D945GCCR Motherboard
The driver on the CD may be too old (or an unsigned driver which can't be loaded in the 64-bit OS) to be compatible with Win 7. Try downloading the latest driver from the Intel site for the on-board sound:
Select your Win7 version. I saw 3 different updates of the Realtek Sound drivers under Win7 32 bit.
Alternatively, set Windows 7 to look for hardware driver updates and install them (they might end up in the Windows Update section until you go there and install the update). I did this in Win7 by going to the Device Manager (Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Device Manager). Right click on the audio device and choose Update driver (or Properties and the Driver tab). If the Device Manager shows a triangle with an exclamation point, this is an easy solution most of the time.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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