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    Can someone help me find soundcard drivers for me, I can't find them. My computer is a VPR Matrix 226R. Please help, I have no sound. I need the latest drivers.

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    Does your computer have an add-on soundcard or is it onboard? If it's an add-on you'll have to tell us which one.


    Anyway... Here is what I found for that model:

    http://www.vprmatrix.com/customer_de...6R_drivers.asp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtualbody1234
    Does your computer have an add-on soundcard or is it onboard? If it's an add-on you'll have to tell us which one.


    Anyway... Here is what I found for that model:

    http://www.vprmatrix.com/customer_de...6R_drivers.asp
    Its an onboard card. I already checked the website, they have no sound drivers.

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    According to the SoundMax site, you need to get drivers from the motherboard maker: http://forms.analog.com/Form_Pages/s...chSupport.html

    Have you tried using the "Intel motherboard" drivers from the first link I posted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtualbody1234
    According to the SoundMax site, you need to get drivers from the motherboard maker: http://forms.analog.com/Form_Pages/s...chSupport.html

    Have you tried using the "Intel motherboard" drivers from the first link I posted?
    Yes, I installed the mobo drivers but the sound still won't work.

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    YES!! I have sound! Thanks Virtual Body.

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    What was the solution?

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    I went to the Intel website and went to my mobo page. The drivers are out of date, but it still works.

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    I need help, I am helping my nephew get his sound working. He owns a vpr matrix 226R. Where do I find sound drivers for this machine. Please reply with a direct link so I can download. I am disappointed that these are not on the vpr website.

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by vprhelper
    I need help, I am helping my nephew get his sound working. He owns a vpr matrix 226R. Where do I find sound drivers for this machine. Please reply with a direct link so I can download. I am disappointed that these are not on the vpr website.

    Thanks in advance

    http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scri...rod_nm=d845ebt

    direct link, the mobo code was in the middle of the board. the code was " D845EBT "


    and gam3guy, rise against @#$%ing rocks.
    I saw them in FL but didn't care as much because now I moved back and will be seeing them the day after thanksgiving Back in IL! w00t!
    Played "at the first drop" for my first song

    Now to get the integrated LAN to work!


    Thanks!


    BTW, WinXP users, create a new folder called soundcard on your desktop, have al the files unzip to that folder, then run setup and keep clicking next, Restart and enjoy that wonderful sounding Windows startup!

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