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Packard Bell Sound Card Drivers

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Hi, I have a packard bell Synera and accidentally deleted the drivers for the SND2-144AMSP sound card.  I try to use Win95 add hardware to detect it, it always give back the drivers for SBPro. which didn't work at all.  Where is the correct driver install file on the master CD?

Also, since the Modem, Sound Card are all on the multicard, how can I install a new modem?  I tried to, and there is always conflicts:-(

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On the master CD that came with the computer, there is a set of sound card drivers..As to the modem problem; you will have to disable the current modem first, then load the new modem.This will not be easy as Pack Bell has a preset configuration in the bios, and attempts to change this will be difficult at best..
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Well, what should I do with those drivers, just copy them to the Windows/Systems directory and win95 will pick them up automatically?

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by:gparish
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If I had the CD it be fine-customer lost it. need to find driver to activate Sound card and in-turn CD rom to reinstall new OS
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