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Help< I"m Going Nuts!!! No Sound!!
Help!!! no sound and I've downloaded all new vista drivers!
Realtek AC 97 code 10! ( cannot load drivers)
Running Vista Ultimate.
Rebuilt Compaq presario SR 1710NX
AMD Sempron(tm) Processor 3400+
64 bits
I've been trying to fix this for 2 months!!!
HELP, I was told I'd either need a new sound card or go back to XP because Realtek AC97 will never work in my system... Is this correct?
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Maybe so, I have the same problem with a Machspeed msnv-939
mainboard with AMD 3800+ dual core processor, which also uses
AC 97 sound drivers.

I was running a dual boot install of XP pro on drive C:
and Vista Ultimate on drive D:
as a work around until (win32 Fujacks) toasted my XP install
but strange enough did nothing to the Vista install.

So I guess I will be stuck without sound until someone
makes a proper set of AC 97 sound drivers for Vista
or until I can afford a Creative sound card with 64 bit
drivers out of box. (I don't like downloading replacement
drivers off the internet, there is no way to know if it's
prepacked with malware.)
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Maybe so, I have the same problem with a Machspeed msnv-939
mainboard with AMD 3800+ dual core processor, which also uses
AC 97 sound drivers.

I was running a dual boot install of XP pro on drive C:
and Vista Ultimate on drive D:
as a work around until (win32 Fujacks) toasted my XP install
but strange enough did nothing to the Vista install.

So I guess I will be stuck without sound until someone
makes a proper set of AC 97 sound drivers for Vista
or until I can afford a Creative sound card with 64 bit
drivers out of box. (I don't like downloading replacement
drivers off the internet, there is no way to know if it's
prepacked with malware.)
FYI I ultimately gave up bought another sound card. After all that I think Realtek finally figured it out..
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