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Audio driver for intergrated audio


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kociper17

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My audio has worked fine in the past. I had to reinstall windows because I was having some computer problems. So after reinstalling windows, starting from scratch, I've not yet been able to get my audio to work. I know it has NOTHING to do with the cables, cause the cables have not changed since I reinstalled windows and it worked last.

I was told to maybe download the audio drivers. Since my audio is intergrated into my mothe board. I've had no luck. And wierd thing is I can't even find any useful info on my mother board, and I've tried everything.

Here's what I know of my mother board.

Board: F62V
Serial #: 04MV44101008
Bios: Phoenix Technologies LTD. R01-A3

And that's all I could find, I tried pausing my screen on post screen when booting my comp. No luck. Any help is appriciated.
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Neil Jones

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According to Google this is probably either an Intel board or a board that's been made for a company. According to Google this is an Acer branded board - the Acer aspire T325, but this doesn't show up on any Acer website therefore its most either going to be a "butchered" board made by Acer for one of the big PC names or its a totally unique board made especially for your model that has no public name and therefore no public downloads. eMachines are good at doing this.

One solution is to grab the Drivers Guide Toolkit and see if it offers you any drivers for your sound from their big archive. If so and any work, good. Otherwise, sound cards that fit into the PCI slots (the white ones) cost next to nothing.
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see if this program will identify you missing driver for you

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

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I'm suspecting you have ac'97 audio.
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I would try this driver, http://www.acerpanam...r...s=&areaid=7 , I think the T325 is made for Radio Shack, can't be to much different from the 320.
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