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audio problem on hp pavillion a1345i home pc


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i just format my dekstop and have all driver installed accept a yellow mark called pci.. i have the audio driver installer and try to install it but it always say i need to instal something from the microsoft web about the audio....plizz help me..
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The yellow mark in Device manager for PCI is regarding the Chipset Driver. The Chipset driver helps windows to communicate with the PCI bus and other components on your motherboard.
Whenever you format your computer and reinstall Windows, the very next thing that should be installed is the Chipset Driver... this should be done before installing any other driver or program...ie, video, sound, etc.

Go to the manufactures website and download the Chipset driver for your computer. Since you don't state what manufacture your computer is, or whether it's AMD or Intel, I can't point you to the correct driver.
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its intel pentium 4..this is the link hp pavilion
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BEFORE WE GO ANY FURTHER...

Can you look in Device Manager and tell me exactly what the name is of the item with the yellow mark. Is it just "PCI" or is there something else along with that?
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