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Tamie-Lee

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Hi, I have just done a complete re-install of Windows XP Pro (Reformatted entire drive)on what was going to be my gaming system.
And was hoping someone might help me find some Sound Drivers for my Motherboard that actually work...
Motherboard is: RC410-M REV:1.01
So far I have tried a number of drivers but have not been able to get any of them working, I would give more detail but at this point in time I can't even begin to describe what the problem is.
So if you could please send me a link to some suitable sound drivers you know of and trust I can start again, and if that still doesn't work then I can post what is going on here and with help I might have sound for my games. (Fingers crossed)
P.s. I dont have any install disks for my Motherboard as I bought the PC secondhand. However I have found working drivers for everything else BUT my onboard sound.
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phillipcorcoran

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Welcome to Geeks2Go!

The correct drivers for on-board devices are obtainable from the PC manufacturer's website if it's a well-known brand.
You will need to know it's model name & number if you go down that route.
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happyrock

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use the device manager and get us a screenshot of the sound make/model...
they could be part of your chipset drivers also...
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