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#1 cuajs19

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Posted 23 May 2006 - 08:41 PM

What kinda :filtered: is that? Do any of you know which driver I need for my sound card? I had to do a reformat and installed xp pro (originally came with xp home) and ever since the only noise the computer makes is a lousy beeping noise from what sounds like the internal speaker. When I go into the sound devices properties area of the control panel it tells me "no audio device" as if there's no sound card... it's tickin' me off and after the b.s. that sony told me today, I have no desire to support them anymore, and because of my hadred for microsoft I guess I'll be buying the next nintendo gaming unit instead of sony ps3 or xbox 360. They're telling me that since I didn't make a system recovery dvd when I bough the computer they aren't to be held liable for drivers I need after a cold reformat, such b.s. because any other computer manufacturer even hp and gateway put their drivers up on their websites...ALL THEIR DRIVERS.

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Posted 23 May 2006 - 10:04 PM

This the download page you're looking for,

http://esupport.sony...teType=Original

The one you most likely need is "Intel® 865PE Chipset Driver Utility".

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#3 cuajs19

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Posted 24 May 2006 - 12:46 PM

This the download page you're looking for,

http://esupport.sony...teType=Original

The one you most likely need is "Intel® 865PE Chipset Driver Utility".


yea, I got my other drivers off there for my ethernet card and monitor resolution... but I specifically called sony to find out what to do about the sound card and they told me I need to buy their system recovery disks since I didn't make my own....

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Posted 24 May 2006 - 01:31 PM

Unless Sony put a sound card in the computer, it is more than likely using the onboard sound, and the drivers for that should be included in the chipset drivers/utility. If it is a card, then the best thing is to take the side of, the card out, and see what the make and model is, and then check the card maker's site for drivers.

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Posted 20 July 2009 - 09:42 PM

http://www.foxsystem...vinyl_v700b.zip




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