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Did you save it to desktop?
Also try this driver http://drivers.softp...p?p=549&t=0&i=1
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Yes, I did exactly what you said to do.
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Hey, that's not working either. It says that I need to install my Sound Blaster cd first.
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Ok go ahead with the other driver I posted. ;) :D
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Are there any other drivers missing in your device manager?
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I did and it's not working. Please see what I posted below.
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Probably. How do I check to see what else is missing?
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Start right click computer properties hardware device manager.Also do you know what sound card you have?
Click windows key and pause break key
click on hardware
click on device manager
click on plus sign on left of sound, video and game controllers in the drop down you should be able to see the sound card with "audio" as a suffix example : Realtek AC'97 Audio

Edited by rockmilk, 18 October 2010 - 12:03 AM.

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I recently did a fresh install on my computer. I'm not sure on the exact sound card I have. How can I find that out?
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Start,all programs,accessories,system tools,system information,components,sound device :D
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Also are there any other driver missing?
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There's 'Audio Codecs', 'Legacy Audio Codecs', 'Legacy Video Capture Devices', 'Media Control Devices', 'Unimodem Half-Duplex Audio Device' & 'Video Codecs' under Sound video and games controllers.
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I'm not sure what else is missing, all I know is that I I can't get any sound. My sound device is Unimodem Half-Duplex Audio Device.
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There will be yellow explana5tion points to anything else that is missing.
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Hey,

I really appreciate your help, but I gotta head to bed since I work in the morning. I really need to get this problem solved. Maybe we can talk via IRC or something as it's hard to communicate in real-time on here.
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