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I did that, but none of the files are a .exe, or anything of the sort, just .dlls and others... dont know what to do with them.
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right click "my computer" click properties, choose "hardware", choose "device manager"

click on the plus to the left of the speaker icon

double click on "SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio"

click on driver

click update driver, click "display a list...."

Click "have disk"

choose the folder where you unzipped the files to.

choose the *.inf file suggested and press ok
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It said that it didnt find any better upgrades then what I currently have? ;) :tazz:

Edited by DOH!, 15 June 2005 - 12:18 PM.

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