Help , Drivers

By JimmyN__ ·
First, my english is not verry good. I hope u understand

This is my problem . After 3 weeks now with my computer i don't hear any sound, I suppose is my drivers for Sound-card, can u send me a link?

I Have Windows Xp Home Edition

I have

VIA VT8237A/8251 High Definition Audio Controller PCI

Have a nice day :)

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Check this link

by Jacky Howe In reply to Help , Drivers

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by JimmyN__ In reply to Help , Drivers

No , it's not found..... =/

It's say something about , can't find ....

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I can't get back there either

by Jacky Howe In reply to ,....

try the link again later as they may have a problem with the site.

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It seems to be working now <NT>

by Jacky Howe In reply to ,....
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These are just the standard Realtech AC97 Drivers

by OH Smeg Moderator In reply to Help , Drivers

Try here for your XP Home 32 Bit Drivers


Only one proviso here though you need to install this driver before you log onto the M$ Windows Update Server because it is not Digitally Signed by M$ so once WGA or Windows Genuine Advantage is installed you will be unable to install the Realtech Drivers.

But if the sound worked previously look in the Control Panel and make sure that the Sound Device is your Sound Controller it could have been changed to something else when you installed something.


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