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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by The23rdman1, Jul 19, 2007.

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  1. The23rdman1

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    Hi Guys,

    my mum has just had a new edition of XP Home installed on her PC. She has a set of Kinyo SW-7352 speakers, but no sound. They're not picked up by XP and are showing the old yellow question mark in device manager.

    I've looked online for drivers for them but drawn a blank. any ideas?

    thanks,

    Dean
     
  2. Rich-M

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    Thanks, Rich, i was looking for that, but thought it was unavailable now. I'm on the case...
     
  4. The23rdman1

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    Ok, it's a via AC 97. In device manager c-Media is showing as a code 10.
     
  5. Rich-M

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    OK that is onboard so give us the motherboard also....
     
  6. The23rdman1

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    Ok, the mobo is an Acorp 7KT266AL / Jetway 867AS(-H)/V266A/V266B
     
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    Thanks, Rich, you're a star and no mistake(y)
     
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    You are welcome!
     
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