Multimedia Augio Controller

jay

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Hi. I've done something stupid
While trying to get rid of junk in Add/Remove software, I must have removed
a driver.
When rebooting I get New Hardware found wizard for 'Multimedia Audio
Controller'. But the wizard can't find it in my WnXP CD .
Can someone please tell me how I go about finding it. Don't have the
Machine's Recov CD
How does one find out the make of a hardware without opening up the machine?
It's a Laptop Hi-Grade, OS Win XP.
I went onto the Hi-Grade web site and they have a huge FTP base with
hundreds of folders but nothing that says Mult..Aud. Cont.
and there is no search facility.
Thanks for any help on this.
 
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Jay wrote:
> Hi. I've done something stupid
> While trying to get rid of junk in Add/Remove software, I must have
> removed a driver.
> When rebooting I get New Hardware found wizard for 'Multimedia Audio
> Controller'. But the wizard can't find it in my WnXP CD .
> Can someone please tell me how I go about finding it. Don't have the
> Machine's Recov CD
> How does one find out the make of a hardware without opening up the
> machine? It's a Laptop Hi-Grade, OS Win XP.
> I went onto the Hi-Grade web site and they have a huge FTP base with
> hundreds of folders but nothing that says Mult..Aud. Cont.
> and there is no search facility.
> Thanks for any help on this.


RTFM!!
--
My great-grandfather was born and raised in Elgin - did he eventually
lose his marbles?
 

jay

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Typing error. I meant Audio

"Jay" <nope@tospam.com> wrote in message
news:un2$7HWyEHA.3096@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Hi. I've done something stupid
> While trying to get rid of junk in Add/Remove software, I must have
> removed a driver.
> When rebooting I get New Hardware found wizard for 'Multimedia Audio
> Controller'. But the wizard can't find it in my WnXP CD .
> Can someone please tell me how I go about finding it. Don't have the
> Machine's Recov CD
> How does one find out the make of a hardware without opening up the
> machine?
> It's a Laptop Hi-Grade, OS Win XP.
> I went onto the Hi-Grade web site and they have a huge FTP base with
> hundreds of folders but nothing that says Mult..Aud. Cont.
> and there is no search facility.
> Thanks for any help on this.
>
>
>
 

jay

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Sound now works.
For anyone who may need to know
From the tons of Folders to upgrade from on the FTP site of the Laptop's
manufacturers, I was looking for the Laptops name but in fact they are all
listed by model numbers, which is on the sticker under the machine near the
serial no.
When I opened it there was all the drivers I needed and more.



"Jay" <nope@tospam.com> wrote in message
news:un2$7HWyEHA.3096@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Hi. I've done something stupid
> While trying to get rid of junk in Add/Remove software, I must have
> removed a driver.
> When rebooting I get New Hardware found wizard for 'Multimedia Audio
> Controller'. But the wizard can't find it in my WnXP CD .
> Can someone please tell me how I go about finding it. Don't have the
> Machine's Recov CD
> How does one find out the make of a hardware without opening up the
> machine?
> It's a Laptop Hi-Grade, OS Win XP.
> I went onto the Hi-Grade web site and they have a huge FTP base with
> hundreds of folders but nothing that says Mult..Aud. Cont.
> and there is no search facility.
> Thanks for any help on this.
>
>
>
 

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