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FPCH New Member
Oct 8, 2006
In (System Properties) (DeviceManager) (Other Devices) it shows: PCI Multimedia Audio Device - with a yellow Question Mark. I looked on the Motherboard and found it is a (Legend QDI) (Advance 10E); but I cannot find the drivers for that device. I think that is why I have no sound. Help with this would be greatly appreciated. Thanx!!



FPCH Member
Jan 21, 2006
Telford, UK
You are correct, Windows does not have an available driver for your built-in sound card. You can find the official drivers here: http://www.viaarena.com/Driver/vinyl_audiocodec_v670b.zip

Firstly, extract all of the files from the archive. Open Device Manager and right-click on the "Multimedia Audio Device" in question. Click Update Driver. Follow the on-screen instructions. At some point, you will be able to specify a folder containing the appropriate driver. Browse to the folder containing the files you unzipped.


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