Question about Computers & Internet
1st hope that your mainboard is compatible with windows 7.
you need to go to the web site of your mainboard manufacturer for exp: msi, ati, asus, dell, hp, gigabyte, etc...
on the web site look for download drivers.
then you will need the model of the mainboard which is printed on the mainboard (in white text)
choose your OS, select sound or audio then click on the link to download the audio drivers.
If you dont see windows 7 for your mainboard, you can download it for Vista.
*if you dont see windows 7 or Vista, then you mainboard is not compatible with win7 and you will need to install windows XP
if its zip file, you will need to unzip it and run the setup file.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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