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Multimedia Audio Controller - missing


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I performed some disk cleanup and somehow uninstalled/deleted the driver for my audio controller and don't know how to restore it. I'm running win XP on an emachine, here's the properties of the ! in my system hardware devices.

PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_026B&SUBSYS_60061509&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&82

Edited by kashy, 01 February 2010 - 02:35 PM.

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Did you go to eMachines website to download new audio driver?
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I don't know what file or manufacturer I'm looking for... is it microsoft?
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What's your eMachine model?
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I just found an nvidia driver download at emachines for my model number, but it says it's for video, the readme file however, says audio.
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According to the ID, you gave me in your 1st post, you have MCP51 AC'97 Audio Controller by nVidia.
It looks like the sound on your motherboard is controlled by chipset southbridge.
Try to download and install chipset driver from the very same page, you went to (1st driver listed).
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