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jjjonesee

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My parents bought a MicronPC around 4-5 yrs ago.
Last week, while trying to set up DSL my dad got frustrated with tring to install the latest version of microsoft ie, long story short he ended up just re-laoding windows all together. Don't ask, I have no idea why. Everything seemed to reload correctly until he checked the sound. I believe the sound driver did not load correctly.
I have found a few sound drivers for his system, but I need the info from his sound card.
Is there any other way of determining his sound card without removing the cover to the tower and physically looking?
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Micron supports their products very well. Get the serial number of the beast, go to www.micronpc.com, plug it in their support page search, and you will find everything you need for the machine, manuals, drivers, specs., etc.. You will be provided with a detailed list of all the hardware and software that came with that machine.
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you can also download Everest Home Edition
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