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Postby gangstarr » Mon Jul 28, 2008 5:07 am

I reformatted my pc yesterday and replaced some parts to try and get it up and running again.

The only problem is I can't find the audio drivers I need anywhere. I'm running xp and have logitech x-530 speakers, now if my memory serves me correctly I think I used to use a sigmatel (non hd i think) driver but I may be wrong.

If anyone knows any driver that would get me sound back i'd be very grateful.

I'm also looking for drivers for the Peak usb wireless adapter (802.11b/g) - the first one not the peak II one.

I've spent hours trying to find both of these drivers and tried quite a few different ones without any luck - anyone help me out?

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Re: Driver Help

Postby Fartingbob » Mon Jul 28, 2008 5:34 am

You dont need drivers for your speakers, you need them for your sound card. Or if you use on board audio then the latest drivers will be available via your mobo manufactures site.
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Re: Driver Help

Postby Flaps » Mon Jul 28, 2008 6:01 am

If you have on board sound, not only can you get the drivers from the manufactuers site, you should have a CD that came with your computer (unless you custom built it) which contains all your mobo, sound and video drivers.

The wireless usb should have come with a CD with drivers on it tbh... if not, look on the box and search the exact model number and everything in google... it shouldn't be that hard to find :)
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Re: Driver Help

Postby Paladwyn » Mon Jul 28, 2008 9:19 am

You may be able to get them from the Windows Update site (if you are using windows), however those rarely work, but atleast it would get you the name of your sound card. Chances are it's a Realtek sound card, if it's onboard.
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Re: Driver Help

Postby Curmudgeon » Mon Jul 28, 2008 3:11 pm

Oops!............I thought you were looking for a getaway car driver.

Get the chipset drivers for your motherboard.
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Re: Driver Help

Postby Paladwyn » Mon Jul 28, 2008 3:18 pm

Curmudgeon wrote:Oops!............I thought you were looking for a getaway car driver.

Get the chipset drivers for your motherboard.

You do getaway runs? Good to know when I need one ;)
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