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Go here http://www.fmworld.net/globalpc/download/ and pick what region you live in then choose the model of laptop you have. Then look for the driver for the sound card for xp. You can look in device manager to see which sound chip you have on the motherboard. You will need to get the right driver for xp in order for it to work properly. Uninstall the driver you have now that is causing the bluescreen. You can disable the sound card and let it detect it when it reboots - after you've gotten the right sound driver for xp to install. Then install the new driver and it should work.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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Always get your drivers
from the manufacturer of your Laptop, Notebook or Desktop.
If you were to log on to the
web site, usually one is able to download if
available, by model number,
All available Driver
If the driver is not
available, perhaps your manufacturer does not support the OS you are
This is the best way of ensuring up to
date drivers for your system and they are free of charge!
are no XP drivers to be found with Microsoft as XP is no longer
manufacturers may have a limited number of Drivers still listed.
I hope this helps.
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