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You must find out your motherboards model...which is on its box or you can find in the board itself... just by removing the case cap and looking for that model numer its usually something like this, depending on the trademark of the motherboard... for example: A7N8X-MX, if you have an external or PCI soundcard jut find the model and the trademark on that soundcard. After that go to the website and look for the drivers in the DONWLOAD area... every page has one, normally under DOWNLOAD or SERVICE / DOWNLOAD or SUPPORT / DOWNLOADS.... blabla... if the mother is ASUS, the site is www.asus.com, if the soundcard is Genius the site is www.geniusnet.com.tw.... etc. Make sure to download the driver for the right operative system... in your case WINXP/2000 will do. After downloading just install the driver, usually they come in a compressed package or in a self extracting and executable file... Good Luck (Without the model I cannot do anything else from here...)
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