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sound n vid drivers?


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tankertons20

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someone gave me an old pc, and im having problems finding out what audio n video drivers i need. how can i find out what i need? or where can i find out what types they are?
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gyver22r

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realtek or realtec ac97 is a good sound driver for most computers i have gotten that are old
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as for video drivers you might want to look at the brand of the computer and see if there are any video drivers still available on any of the computer brands websites.
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install this, it will tell you exactly what drivers you need and if you are connected to the internet at the time, probably link you to the site too.

everest old free verson
http://www.oldversio...p?n=everesthome
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