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PCI Soundpro driver for Windows 2000

Posted on 2002-06-03
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Hi, I upgraded my O/S from Win98 to Win2K. However, Win2K does not recognize the driver of my PCI Soundpro. I've looked for a new driver all over the internet, but I could not find any version of the driver for Win2K. Does anyone know a troubleshooting I can do to solve this problem???.
Thanx in advance.
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by:TooKoolKris
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If the manufacturer of the card hasn't updated it's drivers so that you can use it with W2K then I would say your stuck. You will either need to get an updated driver, replace the card or revert back to win98. Not much you can do without the manufacture's support.

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by:jhance
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It's not clear what MODEL of SoundPro card you have, but there are some drivers here:

http://www.sybercom.com/download.html#mb-sound
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Thanks a lot I downloaded the driver and it worked
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Hi, I had to format my hard drive so I lost the driver but I cannot remember which one I downloaded, my card is pci soundpro cmi 8330
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think I deserve an A ??
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