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Windows 7: 7077 most responsive and stable yet (most unlike vista)

13 Apr 2009   #31


jasqid, download the drivers from the manufacter's site for the audio card.

I have an nForce4 card, and it has nVidia audio, but MS and "UnknownDevices" detects it as RealTek AC'07. I downloaded the drivers for that from RealTek's site, the Vista64 ones. They were release just a few days ago. They work fine.

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