I put up P II 333Mhz of some parts given to me by a friend. I think Mboard is with BX chipset, and I bought some 256 SDRAM and an audio card with Opti 82c931 chip ( all of this parts were secondhand ) ,and made myself dual- boot with W98 on C and XP on D partition. Also found drivers for audio card for W98 on internet ( and it`s working fine ) but all the drivers I`ve tried for XP wo- n`t produce anything but some hushed noise, and XP refuses to "see" the ca- rd as mounted hardware. Card is in ISA slot, could that be the reason? Is the- re any solution or workaround to this or should I simply throw in few more bu- cks and buy me some PCI audio card?
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If you have installed the Turtle Beach software. find the programs you installed. Right-click on them ona at a time and select Properties. In the compatability tab click "Run this program in compatability mode for:" and choose the "Windows 95" option. This method works most of the time for me. Give it a try.
http://www.viaarena.com/default.aspx?PageID=420&OSID=1&CatID=1010&SubCatID=104 hello, i get all my via drivers from the via arena.(for all that is made by via) i looked up your motherboard, and came up with this, via vt8233 is your chipset- audio-lan-video-chipset driver for that board.you should do all the drivers. first the 4 in one via driver is for the chipset, then the audio-video and any others that are onboard.even if they work-these drivers are newer than the one xp has built in the install cd. so, good luck! if you need further assistance-reply. you wil be ok.please rate this solution. thank you
The Service Manual may tell you the chipset of the sound card(but I didn't see it just part numbers). Also, you can run this utility here(look for audio in the output), in the event that you can't figure out the chipset otherwise.
According to this post, it appears that it may be part of windows update, you can try that.
http://www.conexant.com/support/md_driverdownload.jsp for audio http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/win/151281 for wireless. http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Conn=4&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false&Langid=1&Level=5&PFid=6&PNid=6 for sound. http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=N&ProductID=2529&DwnldID=15544&strOSs=45&OSFullName=Windows*%20XP%20Home%20Edition&lang=eng for graphics and chipset. Sergio