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Soundcard Driver

Posted on 2001-09-10
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I have an old motherboard about 3 years.
It has a built-in Soundcard and AGP card.

The specification of the motherboard is:

(built-in Videocard)
On its chipset written:

SIS
6326 AGP
it's 8 MB VideoRAM.

(built-in Souncard)
On its chipset written:

Sound Pro
HT1869V+
HRTF 3d Audio
E8832
9840
PCI


There is one chipset with heatsink above.
(written on the heatsink:)

i440
EX/LX


Another chipset is written:

Intel
PCIset
FW82371EB
L8410003
SL37M
Intel'98
MALAY

And there are 2 chipsets written ITE on it.

The motherboard i think is PC100 Brand.

The problem is now i lost the drivers that comes with the motherboard
The AGP driver i already found it separately and it's working well.
i can't find the Soundcard driver. Anyone can give me??

If anyone can give the motherboard driver to me, it's much better.
I am using Windows98.
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Question by:anwar13
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by:Gtrist
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Actually, to cut to the chase, go to this URL

http://www.sybercom.com/sybercom.static/download.html#mb-sound
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by:huntnman
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If it's not there, try, www.windrivers.com
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by:Kyle Schroeder
ID: 6472400
Or, see this page:

http://www.cmedia.com.tw/edl8330.htm

It has the files and installation instructions.

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by:pbessman
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Take a look here:  Is this your motherboard

http://www.amptron.com/html/m599lmr.html
If so, go here for drivers.
http://www.amptron.com/html/drivers2.html#M599LMR
I am guessing it has other stuff built in as well.  This board is actually sold under many names, but Amptron seems to supply the best driver support out of all of them.
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by:PCDOCTOR
ID: 6472753
try windrivers.com,driversrus.com,andtry your motherboard manufacturer for updated drivers.
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by:rabanero
ID: 6473533
I recommend you to buy a cheap SB PCI 128, because built-in sound card SUCKS!

When you finally runs your sound card, and your hear ticks and continuous stops, don't think it is a driver problem. It's the "quality" of your sound card.

Bye!
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by:huntnman
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rabanero....

fyi, there are many motherboard manufacturers, that put sound blasters on their integrated boards.

but, often it would be a better idea to get a standard sound card..
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by:anwar13
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thanks, since all answers might help, but i will choose the 1st one.
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by:Kyle Schroeder
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Well why choose an answer if you don't have the problem resolved yet?  Well I hope one of them helps fix the issue.

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