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maynardvdm

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#2
Please give more details on what card it is and what make it is and also any error codes or any thing that it is suppose to do. The more info you give the better to resolve the problem.
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maynardvdm

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#3
Oh and normally manufactures will have all their products drivers on the website for downloading so check the manufacturer website. hope this helps
 

danzil

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#4
download aida32,then browse for the device,it will then tell you the make and sometimes a link for the driver...once you know the make of the hardware google for the driver
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Jamey

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#5
A quick Google of the code you used for the subject of your post reveals it is the error code generated by Windows Media Player when a sound card is not installed. Or, more likely is that your sound card driver has not been installed.

A tool called Unknown Devices lets you identify the make and model of the missing driver. You should then be able to Google the manufacturer to gain access to their website and download the relevant driver. Then you need to open up the Device Manager and install the driver.

To quickly get to the Device Manager, click Start and then Run. Type devmgmt.msc and press Enter. The sound card should be the only device visible in the list. Right-click it and select Update Driver. Then point to where you extracted the driver files to, it should pick up and install your sound card driver.