Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by xinster, Nov 19, 2006.
i assume so. but idont know which ones
Easy wiht the details.
Is it on board? If so, what kind of board? Is it enable din BIOs? Do you have new drivers off manufacturers website?
Is it a pci card? What brand? Do you have new drivers off manufacturers website?
problem solved, got drivers from dell.com.
Sorry folks, i know i know...i wish i was more competent more than all of you combined
I just reformatted mine, and had the same problem. I just went to "update drivers" "allow to search the web" or whatever. worked like a charm and I didn't have to dig around to remember what kind of onboard sound I had.
...which works great until you have a computer with a network card that Windows won't recognize until you manually install drivers.
Searching for drivers online is like knowing how to make boot disks -- it's hopelessly obsolete, but absolutely necessary in 1% of situations.
I'll never have the problem. I only use DLink network cards... but I completely understand what you are saying. I have a couple of clients that insist on keeping their 8-10 year old computers and finding drivers for those really sucks ass. I finally started making a disc for each client with their specific drivers on it.
I bet you could get them to upgrade if you were willing to personally migrate all of their shite onto new machines.
yeah... 1 client finally bought a new machine. It was the $400 laptop from walmart a couple weeks ago, and I was actually amazed they were willing to spend $500 (tax, etc) on a new computer, despite the fact that they can easily afford it. Now I only have a couple more to bring into the somewhat modern era.