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Realtek AC97 Drivers

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I have an Optiplex GX280, XP with Realtek AC'97 audio card factory installed.

I recently UpGraded to IE8 after reboot found I lost all my sound drivers plus desktop tool bar sound Icon.

On Realtek web site I am "Unable" to get there download servers to download drivers. They donot answer EMail.

 

Any suggestions?

William

 

 

 

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  • Reinstall this driver and restart the PC. Then, check the sound.

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  • Chris, Thank You for the prompt reply However-One small problem (PLEASE READ MY NOTE)

     Reakteks driver download servers DONOT RESPOND???

    Where else can one get Realtek AC'97 audio drivers??

     

    William

  • That driver is on our Dell FTP site, not RealTeks. In my previous post, click the hyperlinked word, "driver".

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  • Chris, Download OK Thank You again,

    Small problem during Install. looking for a Dell Service Pack Disk I believe 2

    Please advise,

     

    William

  • The only Service Pack Disk I am aware of is the Dell operating system CD?

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    Chris, Download OK Thank You again,

    Small problem during Install. looking for a Dell Service Pack Disk I believe 2

    Please advise,

     

    William

    Operating system service packs can be downloaded from Windows Update, which you can access from Windows Control Panel.

     

  • Chris, I found one, It's a Windows XP Service Pack 2 Disk to be used on Dell computers only.

    I have download the required "Ksuser.dll" but I cannot get it installed. Any suggestion?

     

    William

     

     

  • Chris, Interesting item:

    I did a Start/Search Ksuser.dll and have 5 on my computer including

    C:\windows\system32. Yet your referenced program stilll tells me to Install it for Service Pac 2 Disk.

    Will continue to play with this or I'll live without sound.

    Keep you informed.

     

    William

  • Good Morning Chris,

    Rceived this E this AM from PC Tek Realtek:

     

     

    "Please tell me the model name of audio chip in your system .
    You can try to read the model number of audio chip on your motherboard .
    The model number starts with "ALC" and followed by a number.(e.g. ALC 650)
    If you can not find it , please try to contact your computer manufacturer or vender to get it ."

    Any way to check other then open the Box?

    William

     

     

     

     

     

  • Good Morning Chris,

    Reverting back to simpler times got my sound working perfect.

    1.Google search Download MMDriver.inf

    2. Pasted it into

    C:\Windows\System32

    3. ReBooted,

     sound working perfect.

    Thanks For YOUR TIME & EFFORTS,

    William