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I can't find the driver for the onboard sound, it's not located at the website. it's a Realtek AC '97

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I can't find the driver for the onboard sound, it's not located at the website. it's a Realtek AC '97. It is not located on the HP.com website
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i believe that xp would install it's default driver
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by:f-king
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I can´t find it either windows xp most probably already has the driver.
check device manager to see if its ok
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Nice work sir, and Happy Holidays!
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