Question about Edirol UA-4FX External Sound System
You need to know what kind of sound card you have. If it's built in on board then go to your computer specified web page like Intel, or Asus, Samsung, Dell and so on. The information would be in your motherboard manual or manual you got with computer. If it's not built in then you have no choice then to open up your computer and locate the pci sound card, not modem card. When you take out card it will have a big chip on it. The model number is on the chip and somewhere on the card will have the manufacturer's name. Once you have it all written down, search for it on line and download it for free. Try www.driverguide.com also for drivers, but you need to register!
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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