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Solved: Intel chipset, and Audio Drivers not installing

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by tommo020788, Apr 23, 2010.

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  1. tommo020788

    tommo020788 Thread Starter

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    Hi, I am having some problems getting these drivers to install correctly on my newly set up computer.

    The first one I had an issue with was the intel chipset driver (INFUpdate).

    First it would pop up with a window saying "PCI Standard PCItoPCI Bridge" with an ok button to install it,
    Then the next window would pop up saying "PCI Standard ISA Bridge" with an ok button to install it.

    After clicking ok on the ISA bridge one, it comes up with the following error:
    Not a very usefull error code eh? :p


    The second Driver I had an issue with, was the Audio device drivers (Realtek High Definition Audio Driver(2.96) R2.45).

    After following the prompts to get the installer started, it looks as if it is going to work.
    It opens up in full screen with the brand and everything on it, has the little installing bar going, while showing all of the file names it installs as it goes,
    then a small window pops up over the installation progress bar, saying install sheild wizard installing, then it comes up with the following error:

    Does anyone know what could be going wrong here, and how to fix the problem?

    The Mother board is "Ultra Durable tm 3 Motherboard" ( GA-P55-UD3 )

    The CPU I have is an Intel Core I7 2.8 Intel Core i7 -8 Series Socket 1156
     
  2. CAPSLOCK

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    Looks like you may have the wrong drivers.
     
  3. tommo020788

    tommo020788 Thread Starter

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    I don't see how I could have gotten the wrong drivers, when I looked up the drivers specific to my motherboard on the gigabyte website...
    They should have all been the correct drivers.
    It wouldnt make sense that these Lan driver's worked for the motherboard, but the intel chipset drivers didn't, would it?

    The Audio device is also an Onboard device, so it should all be the correct drivers there :S


    Is there a program you could reccomend, that can find the exact model name of the audio device on the motherbaord?
    If I can get the exact name of the audio device, I could probably look the audio drivers up in the realtek website, and try the drivers from there.
     
  4. win2kpro

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    You're asking questions about motherboard drivers, and I've not seen you post the specifics of your board, i.e. Make, Model and Revision Number.
     
  5. tommo020788

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    Hmm good point... The Mother board is "Ultra Durable tm 3 Motherboard" ( GA-P55-UD3 )

    The CPU I have is an Intel Core I7 2.8 Intel Core i7 -8 Series Socket 1156


    The Audio Device is onboard
     
  6. tommo020788

    tommo020788 Thread Starter

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    Well I just tried instaling a PCI sound card, and installing the drivers for it, but I still get the exact same error while installing this as well.

    I'm running very thin on ideas here...

    Could someone please help?
     
  7. win2kpro

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    There is a later chipset driver available (version 9.1.1.1025) released on 12/22/2009 that Gigabyte doesn't show on their website.

    Go here;

    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProdId=816&DwnldID=18494&lang=eng

    download the driver to your desktop and install it if your operating system is one of the operating systems shown under the heading Multi language infinst911 autol.exe

    If you don't have the correct chipset driver the other drivers will not install correctly. If the chipset driver installs correctly go back to the Gigabyte site and get the remaining drivers you need.
     
  8. tommo020788

    tommo020788 Thread Starter

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    I tried to install the Audio Drivers Manually using "found new hardware wizard", and here is where it stopps and brings up the error during the "found new hardware wizard" :

    Also has error loading Streamci.dll

    Device manager shows the devices as installed now, but they obviously arent,
    because when I go to play an audio file, it says there is a problem with the sound device...

    Any More Ideas?


    EDIT:I'm doing to close this, and repost in the XP section of this website.
    I have realised that streamci.dll, is actually a file that was supposed to install during the windows XP installation, but it hadn't installed streamci.dll properly.

    Feel free to answer here if you know how to fix it, but I don't expect anyone in the hardware section to be specialized in this.
     
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