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PnP Sound chip

Posted on 2006-06-12
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A new problem - new to me at any rate - newly installed XP on an ASUS ME-99 motherboard picks up the sound card as a PnP sound chip with the large yellow question mark.
Any help as to what driver to use?
I've tried Intel AC97, Windows and Soundblaster "generics"...
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by:Callandor
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The motherboard is too old to for Asus to have a WinXP sound card driver: http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

I only see Win95 and WinNT drivers here: http://www.driverscollection.com/?H=ME99-VM&By=ASUS
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by:keithbraithwaite
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it isn't an onboard card...
It seems to be a A381-F20 TJ-2 94V0 9936, FCC ID: LWHA381F20, Micro Express International
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by:keithbraithwaite
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I do have everest - I'll try that. (there isn't a free version of everest anymore?)
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by:Callandor
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The link I posted is a free version, but the main website no longer offers free versions anymore.  A victim of their own success, I guess.
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by:keithbraithwaite
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I forgot that I'd already taken the card out. I won't have the box here anymore (I've rebuilt it for a friend) but I'll try to identify the card on another box with Everest.
Thanks for the tip - I don't have the right reflexes anymore!
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by:keithbraithwaite
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I got the box back, found the maker's name on the FCC site and the driver on the driverguide site - all is well.

It's an Advance Logic ALS120

Thanks again
Keith
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