Realtek Audio97 Problem

Discussion in 'Computing and Networks' started by allied, Apr 4, 2007.

  1. allied

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    My friend loss her driver for the audio of her computer after reformat it. I confirm it after accesing the DXDIAG. We dont have the CD. It is possible to copy the driver or software from other computer that have realtek audio97 driver? & I plan to download it from the internet but the problem is that it only open or save on my computer... I plan to save it on my USB flash drive so that I can install it from her PC...

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  2. beenthere

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    If you save the driver on your computer, you will be able to transfer it to hers with your flash drive. Place the file in a temporary folder on her computer and run it to install.
     
  3. allied

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    Hi beenthere

    Could you please tell me how to do it( step by step)..im not really good regarding to computer..thanks

    Allied
     
  4. beenthere

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    Download the Realtek driver to your computer. You could save it to the flash drive. Put the flash drive in you friend's computer, and transfer the file to a folder on her hard drive. Then, just double click the file to run and install the driver.
     
  5. allied

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    hi beenthere..

    How? could you tell me. thanks
     
  6. Dave

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    Select and download the driver for your OS from Realtek. If you download the executable (file extension .exe) just double click and it will install the driver. If you download a zip file (file extension .zip), you need to extract the executable first. I would recommend that you download the executable.

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