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post #11 of 14
Was there anything wrong with the previous version of your drivers. If not i would keep them.

Also perhaps try reinstalling your Audio using the drivers from your motherboard cd.
post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE1701
Was there anything wrong with the previous version of your drivers. If not i would keep them.

Also perhaps try reinstalling your Audio using the drivers from your motherboard cd.
My other Drivers made my sound reaallllyyyy quiet.
So i reformatted my computer, now none of my drivers i install work.

And i don't have my motherboard CD, i lost the one i need

Edit again. I went into my BIOS Settings, and it said Onboard AC97 Controller [Auto].. So i'm pretty sure now i need AC97 Drivers. But when i try installing them...my computer just restarts, and when it starts up again and says 'Found Audio Controller' then 'Realtek AC97' my computer restarts again, and keeps doing this. I looked in my Device manager, and it had the Realtek thing, but with a yellow question mark
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post #13 of 14
Go here;

http://support.asus.com/download/dow...Language=en-us

Select MOTHERBOARD from the top drop down menu on the left. Then select SOCKET 478 from the second drop down window right under the first. Then select P4S800-MX from the third drop down window under the first two.

Then once it loads, expand the AUDIO selection down, then download the SoundMax drivers for Windows XP. These drivers will only work if you have SP2 installed already, so make sure your disc has SP2 and if not, download and install SP2, can get it from Microsoft direct or softwarepatch.com.

That should get you set up.....
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Go here;

http://support.asus.com/download/dow...Language=en-us

Select MOTHERBOARD from the top drop down menu on the left. Then select SOCKET 478 from the second drop down window right under the first. Then select P4S800-MX from the third drop down window under the first two.

Then once it loads, expand the AUDIO selection down, then download the SoundMax drivers for Windows XP. These drivers will only work if you have SP2 installed already, so make sure your disc has SP2 and if not, download and install SP2, can get it from Microsoft direct or softwarepatch.com.

That should get you set up.....
I've got SP2, but when i try to install it, it says it can't find the driver, and that i should restart and try again. But when i restart my comp and try again, just says the same thing.
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