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I'm new here, nice site. I hope I'm posting on the right forum.
A couple of days ago I reinstall Windows XP on my computer, but now I can't find the discs that came with my motherboard and my audio device doesn't work. I tried looking for the driver at the Intel's site but it appears that my motherboard is not longer available I couldn't find the driver that I need.

My motherboard is a Intel 82865G. That's the information that appears on Device Manager under System Devices.

I was wondering if someone can help me with that.

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The first port of call for the correct driver should be the PC manufacturer's website if it's a big-brand name (HP, Packard Bell, Compaq, Dell, Sony, Gateway, etc.).

IF it's not a big-brand name (eg built by a small company or a DIY build) then of course they may not have a driver library, or even no website at all, so then it's down to either the mobo manufacturer (if it's on-board sound) or the sound-card manufacturer if it's a removable PCI card.

Just to be sure we have all the info we need, please download and run 'Belarc Advisor' and post it's system-info list to us.
Belarc Advisor is here: http://www.belarc.co...e_download.html

Edited by pip22, 25 March 2008 - 04:06 AM.

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