XP x64 drivers for HP ZD8120CL

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Hello,

I recently installed Windows XP x64 on my HP ZD8120CL, mainly to spite HP because they kept claiming my processor that shipped with my notebook was not 64 bit.  Of course, it was.  But anyway, HP does not support the 64 bit OS, and I am having a very hard time locating a few drivers.  I still need the

- mass storage controller
- pci modem
- and most importantly, an audio driver.  I believe it's RealTek AC'97

Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks!
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I have XP64 and RealTek AC97 working

Here is my driver :

Provider: Realtek Semiconductor Corp.
Date: 11/11/2008
Version: 5.10.0.5735

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note: it is named "high definition audio controller"

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I downloaded that, but I can't seem to get it installed.  I had a 5.10.0.6300 installed but I was getting a device cannot start (code 10) error.  Now I can't seem to get the driver you suggested installed over that.  Is there somewhere I can find just the files, and not have to run a wizard?
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I have the old ones entirely removed now, but the suggested will still not install.  I get a

Install Microsoft HD Audio QFE File ( KB835221.exe ) Failure !!

error.  I am on x64 SP2.  I went out and downloaded the KB835221.exe patch and when I try to run it tells me it cannot find the update.inf needed to run.  I made sure Cryptographic Services were running, and they are.

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I installed a generic Intel AC'97 audio driver and it's working.  I don't really care about the modem, but I would like to get the mass storage controller installed still.  Thanks
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"mass storage" is quite generic name ...

You should find out what hardware it is exactly, in the computer specs, or via a tool / website detecting hardware.

(i personnaly use this : http://www.touslesdrivers.com/index.php?v_page=29 but this seems french only ... )

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It was the TI media card reader.  Figured it out as soon as I plugged the camera card in.. :)

Thanks for all the help everyone.  If anyone wants to really overachieve and locate the modem driver so I don't have to look at the yellow question mark I will not stop you.  But it's definitely unnecessary.

Thanks again!

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