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Old 15th April 2006, 01:50
sbovisjb1 sbovisjb1 is offline
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Hmmmmm...... all i could see is that some directories were messed up pretty bad. There is a way to fix that (the nVidia Nforce sound drivers) Perhaps you should try doing that with ndiswrapper. Ndiswrapper is primarily used for installing drivers for network cards, but is also used to install other windows drivers. I suggest that you install cabextract if you want to extract the .exe files. Then try and to experiment to see wich files you need to install. Go onto forums on the internet. If that fails (wich it shouldnt), try using the ALSA drivers. And also what computer are you running. Because i had to fix up a few graphical/monitor/sound problems myself. Please post that. (not the chip, the make... HP, Dell, Sun, Toshiba, IBM, Shuttle....)
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