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ASUS P4S800 Motherboard - no sound

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by sparkknock, Feb 3, 2007.

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  1. sparkknock

    sparkknock Guest Thread Starter

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    I have a PC clone with a ASUS P4S800 motherboard with integrated sound. I have tried to load drivers from the motherboard CD to download SoundMax. In system's hardware devices under Sound, Video and game controllers there is: Audio Codecs, Legacy Audio Drivers, Legacy Video Capture devices, Media Control devices, SoundMax Integrated Digital Audio with a yellow exclamation mark and Standard game port and Video Codecs.

    I have uninstalled the Soundmax three time and everytime I re-install I get the yellow ! in a triangle and a warning saying it is corupt.

    What can I do to fix this?

    Thanks, Sparkknock
     
  2. vhab

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    Try to find SoundMax drivers online at your Mobo manufacturers website.

    Van
     
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  4. max3002

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    exact same problem and for some reason my computer doesn't seem to want to run the .exe inside of the .zip file. I'm running xp professional on a clone with a p4s800 motherboard.
     
  5. max3002

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    Problem Solved thanks anyway and sorry for double post

    http://www.techsupportforum.com/har...81-resolved-help-finding-driver-soundmax.html

    This website has helped me more than the entire internet combined :D
     
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