Does a website exists from where to download and reinstall Realtek AC'97 Audio (whole version) ?

A few days sooner, I was improving a problem when corresponding with family by phones and video, with Skype system.
In fact, I was able to listen to what they were saying, but no sound in response appeared to be transmitted to them through my microphone.
A popup occured, telling there was a file missing:
DpvSetup.exe in RealTek drive, and it had to be reinstalled in managing Configuration Panel.
What I wasn't aware of: such a software is originally part of built-in material made by Acer and it could not be available wether in any Windows kit, nor in a downloaded program extracted from within the one or another Microsoft website.
Should anyone here be so kind to give a solution to that problem ?
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f-kingConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Did you look on the Acer website for the Audio driver;
     there is a possible solution at
please check it out
Try this:

It will solve many, many driver problems such as this. =)
After the page loads select AC 97 from the "driver and Utilities" drop down box
2canDiD4iTAuthor Commented:
It is the second time I pay a visit to a hardware's site.
When nobody is ready to give you the good piece of advice as to inform you about a single possibility to find out where to go the next step., the trip can easily turn out in a true nightmare !
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