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Sound card driver

I can't seem to find a driver for my sound card after my hard drive crashed. The sound card is 'Audio Codex'. I have the FCC number and also the serial number but could not find anythng with them. How can I find a driver?

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  • EFICMgr May 12, 2008

    The computor was build at a PC shop. What I know is the card is called Audio Codex. I think the serial number is: F082P302H4M11796. The FCC # is: 5RJFB09BAWI.



    Not sure I know any more then that.

  • Jason Disbrow May 11, 2010

    Whats the make and model of your computer? Was this sound card installed after you purchased the computer?

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To identify your card try this. DOWNLOAD THIS unzip and double-click pci32.exe. I DOS window will pop-up with a bunch of information. Copy and paste the results here. To copy and paste information in a DOS window, right-click anywhere on the black, click select all to highlight everything white. Now on your keyboard hit control+C. Then paste it here control+p.

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I did a search of your FCC ID # and nothing was returned. It could not identify your product. Please be more specific. Was there no model #? Also, the main chip (usually the biggest) should have a model number. Try finding that.

By the way, to search FCC ID #'s, go here: https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/GenericSearch.cfm

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