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Gina Echo card over 10 years old

I would like to use my older model (over 10 years old) Gina Echo card with windows Xp. Every time I try to load windows xp I get a " Driver not compatible" message. Is it possible to get a compatible driver? This card is being use in a Pc tower. Please help.

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Did you try the WDM 605 drivers - and the WDM611 beta one (which looks pretty mature) - They can be found on many servers.

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Hi Uzo, click on this Acer link to open.
http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/notebook/as_5050.html

Under MS Windows XP, click the dropdown menu & choose,
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A download window will open, click to Save. Creat a folder on you're desktop & name it sound driver. Save the download file into the folder.
If you prefer the MS Windows Vista, do the same as mentioned above.
The downloaded file will be compressed in a .zip format. Use WinZip to uncompress the files into the folder you created.
If you need the program WinZip you can download a free 45 day trial from this link.
http://www.download.com/WinZip/3000-2250_4-10003164.html

It is suggest that you check Add/remove programs & unstall any previous sound drivers before installing Acer's driver software. If you sound still does not function, please run windows update service. Code 10 can mean many different things, including you're system may contain a virus.
Explanation of error codes generated by Device Manager in Microsoft Windows XP Professional.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310123

Good luck!
Hope the Acer driver software gets you're sound to work.
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