Posted 11 December 2005 - 05:50 PM
There are many sound drivers included
with Windows 98 and which would be automatically installed when 98 finds the sound card (you may need to put the Win98 CD in the drive to do this). Try Control Panel>System and delete
the sound card (if present) under 'Sound, video and game controllers'. Reboot and Win98 will detect and attempt to install drivers for the card.
Sound drivers are provided by the manufacturers of the sound card. If it is an onboard "card" then the drivers will be on the motherboard CD. If it is a seperate plug-in card then there would have been a driver CD provided with it. If these CDs are no longer available then the drivers can be downloaded from the manufacturer's website.
If the system is a 'brand name' PC then post the model number and we should be able to find a link to the appropriate driver.
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