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Hi! can you help me? i formatted my comp. yesterday.. but my driver for sound card was lost.. were can i find a driver that is compatible with my computer? thanks!.

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  • connie_paola Apr 03, 2011

    how can i know if the driver is compatible to my computer? and where? thnx.

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Download them using cafe PC from internet/........i.e from the website of PC's Manufactures.

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http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/windows-7/en-us/Details.aspx?type=Hardware&p=Asus%20Xonar%20DX%20Sound%20Card&v=ASUS&uid=XONARDX&pf=0&pi=0&s=xonar%20ds&os=64-bit
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if it does boot up then check the specks on the sound card and check if it is compatable.

if it is compatable, make shure that the contacts are clean (use a compressed air cleaner), and that the sound card is not damaged, then reconect (with the computer off).


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