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#1 pieguy288

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Posted 11 May 2005 - 08:13 PM

I just reinstalled Windows XP on my Dell 2400 desktop and I reinstalled a bunch of drivers but I can't find the audio driver. I can't listen to music or hear any sounds from computer. I know you can download drivers online but I don't know which one(s) I need or where to get it. Can someone help me?

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Posted 11 May 2005 - 08:52 PM

Sometimes you can find the type of audio card listed in the BIOS. If you are brave, you can take the cover off the system, find the audio card and find out what it is from there.
If it is built into the motherboard, you can look for the name on one of the chips near the audio ports. Just don't touch any of the chips as static discharge can kill them...

Chances are, if it is the integrated with the motherboard it is on the Dell website. ADI Integrated sound card?? Which ones have you tried?

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Posted 11 May 2005 - 09:48 PM

Before you open up your system, use this freeware program...

"EVEREST Home Edition" is a freeware system information, system diagnostics and benchmarking program for home PC users...

It offers accurate system information and diagnostics capabilities, including online features, memory benchmarks, hardware monitoring, and low-level hardware information.

You can find all the information about your audio system to allow you to search the manufactures site for the needed drivers.

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