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willbo

Detecting audio hardware

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Hi,

 

I recently wiped and reloaded my wife's notebook. Unfortunately, I forgot to note down what audio hardware/drivers were installed before I did this, and now we have no sound and I am in trouble.

 

Do you know anyway to tell what the underlying audio hardware is, and what drivers it needs? The chipset is Intel mobile 915 GM, but the Intel support site has been less than helpful.

 

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

 

Cheers,

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Or um you know use the notebooks driver disk to install the necessary drivers.

That would be the easy way....................if you can ever find it!

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Or um you know use the notebooks driver disk to install the necessary drivers.

Yeah, I forgot to mention in my post that the driver disk got lost in our last move.

 

The notebook is a 'powernote' branded notebook that was made locally, so unfortunately I couldn't just go to the manufacturers website either.

 

I found out the mainboard was an ASUS, and the audio hardware was Realtek. I was able to download a generic realtek driver which seems to be working fine. Thanks for the suggestions.

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