I run an ASUS M2N motherboard - that has an onboard sound card... one morning when i woke up i booted up my computer and it said that "your audio configurations have changed please re-install SoundMax" simple enough i thought... So i put in my Motherboard disk, and the option to install the audio is NOT there... I tried the InstALL (to install the motherboard again) and it shuts my computer down after about 45 seconds of downloading. I try to find a website to download my version of soundmax from-- there is none... So i go into the actual Motherboard download CD and click drivers-audio and click set-up... It says "does not support this operating system: WNT_5.1H" I know my computer installed the 32bit version, so i clicked back, and clicked on 32bit, and clicked set up... I get the error message somewhere along the lines of "HDA driver is needed, but not found" after doing some research i found out that the HDA Driver is the high definition audio driver, and usually under the name kb888111.exe i found this file ON my computer, and ON the motherboard CD-- is it not detecting that file? so at a loss, i called ASUS finally, some lady on the phone tells me I need to go to the microsoft website and download the kb888111.exe file from their website... after about an hour of searching, i could not find the link to the website... So i'm still lost... Can somebody PLEASE Help me.. I am also available on MSN at firstname.lastname@example.org and AIM at KickedTripod.
Edited by KickedTripod, 15 August 2007 - 12:36 PM.