where can i get compaq presario c772tu audio driver for windows xp pro?.

Posted on 2010-01-04
Last Modified: 2013-12-01
where can i get compaq presario c772tu audio driver?.
i used these (below) links to install audio driver, but these driver are not compatible with windows xp pro.

Universal Audio Architecture (UAA) Bus Driver for High Definition Audio (sp32646):
And then install Audio driver:
Question by:chandar_bhandari
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    thanks adamsetzler for your reply

    i'll use it and the let you know  by monday.

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    i have downloaded and try to install UAA Driver for HD Audio but not working.
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    You may need to use a setup disc that have mainboard drivers, install all drivers for everything so that dependancies also install.

    Has this system always had XP Pro or was Vista onboard before?
    Which service Pack?
    Is this a Lptop or desktop?
    To install audio / modem drivers, first download and install Microsoft Universal Audio Architecture (UAA) Bus Driver for High Definition Audio (sp32646):
    Drivers for Compaq Presario C772TU Laptop for Windows XP

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