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Hey there! Hi to everyone!

Here's my problem! I was at my girlfriend's house, formatting her computer, everything was ok even the music and soundcard, the next day i arrived, a soundcard problem came out: "This device cannot start (Code 10)".

And no there's no sound now!

I asked her if she did something and told me she downloaded some "Windows Updates", i checked and yes, the "Automatic Window Update" was on, now i cant fix the problem, does anyone has an idea?

The SoundCard is integrated to the MainBoad, the mainboard is an "Intel D915GAG". Thanks iin advance.
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Hello,

What OS are you running so I can obtain the latest drivers for you :whistling:
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I'm running WIndows XP.

I tried with the drivers from Intel WebSite, but everything's still wrong.

Thanks a lot for answering!
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Hi there.

Did you even try these?

Is it windows xp professional , home or media center edition, that way we can clarify the right drivers for you

Edited by ultimateslacker2, 16 January 2007 - 05:59 PM.

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It's XP Proffessional, and i did try them, as I said, the sound was OK, and the next day was gone!

Thanks again.
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