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Asus P4p800-vm Audio Driver


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#1 bonez07

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Posted 13 March 2007 - 01:40 PM

Well my problem is that I had my PC recently fixed and the driver was uninstalled. So I popped in my CD and I was getting this message: "Driver not found! Reboot your system, and run this system again.", and then I noticed that on the CD it was the Windows 98SE driver for SoundMAX. So, I went to the ASUS site, and downloaded the SoundMAX audio driver for Windows XP. The error I get when I run the "Setup" file is: "Driver not found! Reboot your system, and run this system again." So it's still the same error. How can I fix this?

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Posted 15 March 2007 - 07:34 PM

the reply I've recieved from the ASUS site is as follows:

I think the audio is not detected from hardware level.
Please clear CMOS by:

1. Cut the power supply for whole system and open your case;
2. Take out the Cmos battery from the battery socket;
3. Install your battery with "reverse side" that means turn the battery 180 degree and put into battery socket;
4. Hold about 30 seconds, then take out the battery and install it normally;
5. Plug the power cord and Power on.






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