I accidently deleted my sound driver. Yes I know, I'm an idiot. My computer savvy friend looked at my computer to help me fix it, to my surprise I don't have a sound card. I bought my computer second hand and had to erase the hard drive when I got home,
and reinstal the drivers with out disks(I got them off line). I've tried Gateway which is the man. of my computer, and Dell which made the speakers. Nothing is of use... any suggestions? BTW I don't have the money to buy a sound card. If you don't have a sound
card how can you have sound?
Most PC's these days come with an onboard audio subsystem integrated into the motherboard.
I downloaded a RealTek driver and another, I can't remember the name, neither of them worked. Is there some site I can go to or something?
whats your motherboard description? maybe you can check at the manufacturer site and find the driver there.
I found out that my motherboard is Intel (Augsburg) 915G Motherboard No CPU R0 [Part #4000966] but I can't find anything else about it on the Intel website.
Back in the Windows 3.1 days there was this driver floating around that could turn your PC speaker into a regular audio device. The sound quality wasn't great, but it was cool!
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