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JaZe

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Hey guys,

Well I seem to be having a perplexing problem with my computer. My computer used to be infected with tons of viruses: So much so that i couldnt even save word documents. Thankfully a buddy of mine came over and helped me erase everything and reinstall everything - except for the sound.

I'm told the card is an onboard SiS-620 sound card, and im not even sure if the video card is installed (also onboard). The company who i bought this computer from has gone under, and my friend, although he is computer savy, is just as stumped as to what to do. If you guys could help me out it would be much appreciated. Thanx <_<

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Hi JaZe, welcome to Geeks to Go! <_<

Try using AIDA32 to identify your sound device. Often it will also display a link to the correct driver. If not, report back with what it finds and we'll help locate the driver.

AIDA32: http://www.geekstogo...tion=show&id=13
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Hey,

Sorry I've tried it and I cant seem to find the right driver. Probably because I dont know what I'm doing, so if you could help out at all it would be much appreciated. All I know is: SiS-620 on-board sound, with Windows 98. Thanx so much.


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Well SiS-620 is your graphics chip. Click Here to identify your SiS chipset. Drivers can be found here.
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