Question about Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
Best way is to go to the computer manufacturer website, go to the "Support and Downloads" section and search for the drivers for your specific computer. However, if you bought the audio card separate from the computer you need to go to the card manufacturers website.
It is usually very easy to find the right drivers. Once downloaded run the add hardware tool in the control panel.
Alternately, have you tried running the add hardware tool and let it search for the right drivers?
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