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Multi-media audio device.

Gud day i'm dionie from the phillipines i've just upgraded my pc to win-xp and the problem arise, the on board sound card is not supported by win-xp..is there somebody who could help me sad to say already lost the mainboard utility cd..the mainboard model is : M7SXD manufactured by biostar with chipset north bridge sis645 and south bridge sis961..my e-mail add is :dionie.vidal@yahoo.com..

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    gud day i'm niel from the phillipines i've just upgraded my pc to win-xp and the problem arise, the on board sound card is not supported by win-xp..is there somebody who could help me sad to say already lost the mainboard utility cd..the mainboard model is : M7SXD manufactured by biostar with chipset north bridge sis645 and south bridge sis961..my e-mail add is :niel_c4e@yahoo.com..

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Guday im diego fro phillipines you must need driver robot 4 the main board utility

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Hi,

Most of the drivers, documents and BIOS for a BioStar M7SXD is available here. For your specific need of an audio driver for Windows XP, the file name AVANCE_510_WIN98SEME2KXP.EXE.


Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

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