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Windows 7: how do I install this file that has no exe in folder

08 Nov 2009   #1
Lee Dizzle

Windows 7 Home Premium
how do I install this file that has no exe in folder

Hi I download:


to try and sort out the sound problems I am having trying to get 5.1 surround
to work, but the folder has no .exe file to run, does anybody know how or what I am meant to do with the files inside the folder? Inside is some .DLL and .SYS files also netrtx64

any help will be great! Cheers

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08 Nov 2009   #2

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Hello Lee, welcome to the Seven Forums.

Open Device Manager, right click the device you want to update, choose Properties > Driver > Update Driver, choose Browse my computer for driver software. Choose the folder you downloaded and saved, Windows should now install you drivers.

Good luck.

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09 Nov 2009   #3
Lee Dizzle

Windows 7 Home Premium

Thank you Kari

I did the process as you said and it worked fine but it says windows has determined that my driver software is up to date, im not sure if it is the latest thats installed already?? I guess it is? but the one I downloaded was meant to be the latest? Is there anyway of checking or would it have installed it if it was?

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