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phillipanderson10

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Hi, I purchased a new pc, loaded windows mce and promtly got a virus from the net browsing shady crack sites, i formated the drive and reloaded windows only to find that i have no sound(onboard i have no sound card). I re installed the sound driver and recieved a message saying that the audio files were not compatible with my hardware, so i re-installed the 4 in 1 chipset drivers, re booted and then re installed the sound driver,same message, i tried the asus site but did not have any success, please someone save me!!!!!!!!!!!below is my pc info mother board etc




Motherboard

Manufacturer ASUSTeK Computer INC.
Product Name P5VD2-VM
Version 1.XX

BIOS

Vendor Phoenix Technologies, LTD
BIOS Version ASUS P5VD2-VM ACPI BIOS Revision 0201
BIOS Release Date 09/25/2006
BIOS ROM Size 512 KBytes


CPU

Socket Designation Socket 775
Manufacturer Intel
Version Intel® Pentium® D CPU 3.20GHz
Supported Voltage 1.1 v
External Clock 200 MHz
Max Speed 3800 MHz
Current Speed 3200 MHz


Memory

Socket Designation A0
Current Speed 667 MHz
Memory Type DDR2
Installed Size 1024 MBytes

Socket Designation A1
Current Speed Unknown
Memory Type Other
Installed Size No Memory Installed

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starjax

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this should be the correct link for your driver:

http://dlsvr01.asus...._V510014151.zip
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Hi Starjax and thanx for your reply,

I tried the suggested link and recieved the following message when trying to install: Does not support this Operating System :WNT_5.1_MCE
Any other suggestions? Thanks Phil Anderson
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Ok, well iguess i finally got one geekstogo couldnt solve lol, thanks for your help anyway Phil Anderson
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Don't give up yet. I'm still looking. Problem is the install of the drivers doesn't recognize the os. Even though its windows xp. I have a couple of options but it will take a day or three before I can work through them.

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Thanks starjax,

I will check back later to see how you went lol, I formatted again and installed xp pro and the audio is working fine but i would like to have media centre!!!! thanks again for your time and effort.

Phil Anderson

Edited by phillipanderson10, 06 June 2007 - 02:08 AM.

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ok, it looks like they bypassed MCE and went to Vista for media center drivers. You can try to to a force driver install and see if it takes it, but chances are it wont.
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