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AnthonyJ

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i have tried reinstalling drivers, there is no previous driver to rollback to and im getting a error code 10. i partitioned my c: drive in half 39gig/39gig main is xp pro sp2 and 2nd is vista ultimate. i just installed vista about 45minutes ago, and am typing from it but am having problems with the audio


Realtek AC'97 Audio
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For some reason, that came up as the same driver for me as well, I actually have a soundblaster live 5.1


Is Realtek AC97 your real audio card?
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thats what the onboard is, xp identifies it as that, vista identifies it as that, and so does the boards manufactor site :/. also i got a soundblaster card, but its an older live! so i dont have it in there because i already know vista is incompatible with it
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That's the thing about vista, not all older hardware is compatible with vista.. hopefully it will some will not.

Try removing the driver, and reboot.
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