I am looking for drivers for the computer mentioned in this topic:
The missing devices in Device Manager seem to be unrelated to that problem, so I'm starting a new topic.
There is currently on unknown device in Device Manager, the modem driver is missing, and the sound quality is horrible. This computer has a VIA KN133 chipset (VT8362 northbridge and VT8231 southbridge) and a Conexant CX20468-21 audio/modem codec. I need to identify the unknown device, find a driver for it and the modem, and possibly find a better audio driver. I have installed all of the drivers available from VIA except for the infrared communication driver. This computer doesn't actually have the IrDA hardware, so it isn't needed and won't install (I tried installing it and the installer said the hardware wasn't present - that's actually obvious just from looking at the computer, but I thought it might have been a part of the VT8231).
I don't actually need the modem, and the unknown device doesn't seem to hurt anything. The audio works, but the sound is really badly distorted. The sound is clear in Linux, so it isn't a hardware issue. The sound quality was only slightly better in Windows XP, which had official drivers from Conexant, so there might not be a good Windows audio driver. Also, Windows 98 installed a generic CardBus driver, but I don't know if an official driver for the OZ6912T CardBus controller will work any better.
I just want to know how to identify unknown devices and where to find the drivers. The Windows 98 Device Manager doesn't show the vendor and device ID.
Edited by lti, 05 June 2014 - 04:18 PM.