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I need a program to identify my hardware devices

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by tommo020788, Apr 24, 2010.

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  1. tommo020788

    tommo020788 Thread Starter

    Oct 20, 2008
    Hi, I am unsure as to what model of sound device I have, and need to download the drivers for it.
    I know it is a High def 7.1 realtek sound device, but not sure of the exact model.

    I have had simalar experiences in the past with other hardware too, where I had to guess which drivers to download, because I wasn't sure what exact model I had.

    It is an on board sound card, but the sound device drivers I downloaded with the motherboard chipset drivers, seems to be incorrect, or corrupt, So I am going to try and find the drivers manually through Realtek.

    Is there actually a FREE program out there that can identify the name of the sound device on my computer? :confused:
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