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needing a direct Windows XP driver download link for an onboard audio controller for an eMachine (Model W3622)

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Hi Everyone,

           I am in the process of correcting some problems with an eMachine Model W3622.  This machine is running Windows XP Home SP3.  Upon visual inspection of Device Manager, I did notice a category called Other Devices with reference being made to an audio controller.  With this point in mind, I believe Windows XP attempted to load its native audio or sound drivers for this machine, but, failed to do so.  At any rate, could someone supply a direct Windows XP driver download for the eMachine (Model W3622)?

            Thanks in advance for any assistance given to this question.  

             George

           
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http://www.emachines.com/support/drivers.html

click on audio to download driver
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Hi There,

         Thanks so much for the quick replies to this question.  Personally, I found both links given relevant to my question; I decided to split the points as a gesture of fairness and appreciation.  

          Many thanks once again for a job very well done here.  Thank you!!!!

          George

         
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