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Posted on Oct 19, 2008
You will probably have to open up the case and and take out the soundcard from the slot. Look at it and it might have the name and number on it, or jsut a model number or serial number. From there you will have to do some searching online to find out what that model number relates to. If the sound card is built in to the motherboard do the same thing with the motherboard, look for a serial number or model number and search for the specs on that motherboard. if it is really old, samsung might have to go back in their archives, but it is possible to find it. Just not an easy fast way. Sorry. Hope this helps, if tyou need any more info please ask.
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