Question about PC Desktops
On the side of this unit - under Window XP label - there is a SERVICE TAG for EACH unit - use this number to fill in the box of:
then chose audio driver you need.
Good luck !!!!
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
Hello my fri! azrocks101
Why u have Sound Driver? Firstly u go devmgmt.msc--->MyComputer-->Sound, Video......--> in there u check which is Unkonw Stye and read & save in ur mine. Example: Realtek AC... or something. Ok there is in u get some name for searching from internet by that's name. Example; Realtek Sound Driver Download or searching in ur mine. I mean u g0t that the name from looking in Driver Manger. Thats sloution is very sample and useful for Driver Cd Loss Case or Wrong Driver. That's very useful for Microsoft Platform. Thank for reading and u should do that......
Posted on May 16, 2008
In windows xp systems please cheek Service pack2 have or not
Then u see which driver is sutable for that particular mother board then down load the driver from net like websit "download driver.com"
Cheek your inviled sound port it is working properly or not if it not working properly then u purchased a new one and load the driver software then its working properly
Posted on May 12, 2008
From the control panel - system, is the sound card still there? If so, delete it and than under action tab, scan for changes. This will reinstall the sound card with the orginal driver.
Posted on May 11, 2008
If you go to the makers web-site for your sound card, you might be able to download the driver there.
Posted on May 10, 2008
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