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Need sound card driver

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by ymh200, Dec 14, 2001.

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  1. ymh200

    ymh200 Thread Starter

    Jan 26, 2000
    I have a computer that is missing a driver for a "PCI multimedia audio device" Can someone point me in the right direction as to finding it? PC has no sound so I figure this is the problem as the device manager says no driver is installed for this.

    Computer is a emachines running win98se, 766mhz proc., 32 mb ram, 30 gb hdd.

    Thank you
  2. Rockn


    Jul 29, 2001
    You need to know the make and model of your sound card to be able to download the correct driver.
  3. Sranla Rin

    Sranla Rin

    Dec 14, 2001
    I need a sound driver too. HOw do I tell what kind of sound card I have?
  4. deuce


    May 26, 2001
    Plug'n play should recognize it but I would suggest you use the manufacture's drivers. Do you have onboard sound or PCI? (do you plug the speakers into a jack next to the moniter and serials and what not, or is it towards the bottom in the expansion slots) If you can't find out who makes it than you will have to open your case and look for the make or the fcc id on the sound card if it is PCI. If you can't find the manufacture, then take the fcc id HERE. If you have onboard then somewhere (usually in the bottom left section of your motherboard there will be the audio chipset. It will say creative or some other manufacture like that.
  5. Davey7549


    Feb 28, 2001
    Don't know if this will help but this machine spec is probably what the 766 is except older with win98se and 32MB ram.
    Specifications of eTower® 766

    Intel® Celeron™ 766MHz (w/128KB)
    64MB SDRAM (1 DIMM available for upgrade)
    2 USB ports (1 in front bezel)
    1 Serial / 1 Parallel / 3 Expansion Slots
    Audio In & Out, 1 Midi/Game, Mic-In & Head Phone jack on front
    Microsoft® Windows® Millennium
    Works 2000, Money 2000, Encarta Online, Adobe® Acrobat® Reader, Real Audio and Real Jukebox, Media Player 7.0, Internet Explorer 5.5, Netscape® Communicator 4.6, eWare, Adaptec Easy CD Utility, S/W DVD Player
    eMachines Network Internet Service
    Intel DirectAGP 3D (810 Shared)
    Intel 82801 AC '97 Audio
    8 Max. Write CD-RW Drive, 12x Max. DVD-ROM Drive
    30GB HDD
    3.5" 1.44MB FDD
    56K* ITU V.90 PCI Fax/Modem
    PS/2 19 button Internet Keyboard/Mouse
    Stereo Speakers
  6. deuce


    May 26, 2001
    Oh yeah... meant to mention this but forgot... your onboard audio is most likely the AC'97... seems most mobos w/onboard aud have that one nowadays.
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