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Aqrhine

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Jan 19, 2003
i have a built in sound card and i dont know what kind it is since i lost the mobo manual and i was wondering where i can find out what kind of sound card i got because i have no drivers for it and it's really starting to get annoying when i go to play games and i have no sound. all i know is it's p4 compatible and its FCC # is ms-6339! i heard that with that # i should be able to get what mobo it is and with that find out the sound card dirvers i need to download but have had no such luck. this is kind of urgent so any help is appreciated. thx for the replies
 

Cube

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Oct 19, 2001
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Denver, Colorado, USA
Using that number, I recognized it as being an MSI motherboard model number. So I went to MSI.Com and did a search for the number.

It looks like you have the Yamaha 752 chip for your sound. Here is a link to the MSI Driver Page for your motherboard.
 

Cube

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Ok, so what you are saying is that your sound does actually work? Or what? I don't understand what your last reply is stating.

But anyway, looking at the link you provided, the one time that I had that problem with my CD drives, I had to update the ASPI drivers. That's like the main interface between Windows and CD drives.

Here is the link for the latest Adaptec ASPI Drivers. Don't worry if you don't have any "adaptec" products because these drivers are pretty much universal.

NOTE: If you have Windows95, don't use these drivers.