Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional With Servise Pack 2 (e8503040) for PC
Go to START .. ALL PROGRAMS.. ACCESSORIES..SYSTEM TOOLS. Now look for SYSTEM INFORMATION... Click there then Click on the plus sign next to Componets Now click on SOUND There is the type of sound card that you are using. Keep that screen open or print it, then Google the brand name. With this info you should easily find the driver. Try Drivers.com for another source. The other way is move up to System Summary, about ten items down the list you will see "BIOS Version Date" across from that is the type of Bios you have and the Brand name and model of the motherboard. Print then Google it!
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