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Windows 2003 server audio


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Gamer2bn

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Please help me find the drivers needed to have sound on my laptop it is really annoying ive been looking for hours with no luck and have looked everywhere
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http://support.dell....c=us&l=en&s=gen

try there?
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yes that was one of the first places i tried. It is possible i overlooked something but it doesnt seem like anything there would solve the problem. I tried two of the downloads with no luck.
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That laptop uses a Crystal 4237B audi controller, which should be built into windows xp (unless maybe they dropped support for it?)... that chip is soundblaster pro compatible

http://www.soundcard...mpanies/263.htm

are some....start with the winme and go backwards, I guess.

Why the heck are you running win2k3 on that relic? Pretty sure it only maxes out at 256mb of ram, doesn't it?
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