Does anyone know where I can find a driver for Windows Vista for SoundMax Integrated Digital Audio9/30/2011 | (Forums)
I don't think it has the restore partition.
Will do and thanks to both of you for taking the time to help me.
I think it might, but still if I restore the partition I will revert back to a more useless state. Thus I would have to update the drivers I already updated again, just so I could actually launch SupCom.
Euko Kyone, Thank you for using the Dell Community Forum. Please edit your user profile within the forum to include your system service tag number. I can then take a look at the components on your system and point you to the correct download for your sound card.
I have an idea, but I need to know something first. Where on the computer are drivers located by default?
I looked at the Dell drivers for my E510 and the drivers for Vista ONLY state for Vista, not XP.Â Judging by that I would say the Vista drivers would not work with XP.
Otherwise there has never been another post about the drivers being "out of date".Â Dell does not issue updates unless the original drivers do not meet their published spec.
I put the service tag number in the my profile. Message Edited by Euko Kyone on 02-26-2007 07:25 PM
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