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Audio & Video drivers for Windows XP

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by danekw, Feb 14, 2007.

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  1. danekw

    danekw Thread Starter

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    Hi gang....I'm hoping someone can help me, I'm very frustrated! I had to install a new hard drive last week in my Emachines T-3302 home computer, I used the re-installation cd for windows xp that came with my computer....after installing it I realized there was no audio or video driver installed with this....my computer won't play any clips of any kind and there is no sound what so ever and the computer is running slow. I've searched for 3 days now for the right video and audio driver for this computer, I think the video driver is from S3 Graphics...the specs for my Emachine says it should be a "S3 Graphics Unichrome Pro" 64mb DDR Shared memory AGP 8x slot available for upgrade. The Audio driver I think is from Realtek, specs: AC '97 Audio, Dolby 5.1 (6-channel) Can anyone help me with finding the proper D/L for this??? PLEASE! I hope this makes sense....I'm a very green with computers....thanks a bunch!
    Dane
     
  2. bearone2

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    see if you can get the drivers for your specific model from emachines, i had to do it for a dell desktop a while back.

    i needed chipset, video, sound and nic/ethernet.
     
  3. Rich-M

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    You need top go to the eMachine site, chooses support and downloads and then put in your model number to find them.
     
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