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Need a driver for an old audio card.

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I had a disk with a corrupted registry on my computer. I bought a new disk and installed Windows on it and added my old disk as a secondary device. I cannot find the CD that has the driver for my audio card. I still have the original data on the old disk. Can I get the driver off that disk? If so, where can I find it? Do I just select that location?
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What kind of sound card is it. XP is missing very few sound drivers. Could it be a Soundblaster 24bit?

If you can browse your old disk during the hardware wizard, you might try C:\Windows\inf
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