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Sound Drivers In W2k

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#1 Thoris


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Posted 08 September 2007 - 02:25 PM

Hi All;

First attempt at getting help here. I inadvertently deleted the drivers for my sound card (on SIS 661FX/661GX/M661MX 964 motherboard) and can't seem to get them installed and working again. Did my best to fully delete any residual files associated with driver, make sure all were uninstalled in Device Manager and used Hijack This to see if there were any bits left behind. I then tried installing new audio drivers obtained from SIS, no good. Tried using those from Realtek, no good. Tried letting Windows search for best drivers (came up with C-Media WDM Audio Driver) and installed those, no good.

My {BLEEPING} computer continues to refuse to bleep. Any thoughts?

Edited by Thoris, 08 September 2007 - 03:00 PM.

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