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Old 06-08-2005, 06:27 AM   #1
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Default Sound card.

I broke my laptop drivers cd and i need to find sound card drivers or something, i can search it all and find them myself once i know what i am searching, for the desktops i just put in the motherboard and get em that way however i am lost, here is my laptops info:

SPECIFICATIONS
Model M-8050i-P725CM56PG
Processor IntelR PentiumR 4 Processor 725 CPU Speed : 1.60Ghz FSB : 400 Cache : 2Mb L2
Chipset IntelR855GME+ICH4 PM
Memory (2x DDR Slots) 512Mb PC2700
Disk capacity Seagate 60Gig 4200rpm Hard Drive
Optical Device 24x10x8x24x DVD / Combo Drive
Display 1280x800 15.4¡¨ WXGA+ TFT
Graphics Integrated Shared 64Mb Memory
PCMCIA 1 X Type II, PCMCIA rev2.1 Cardbus Support, w/o ZV Port
Card Reader Support for SD/MNC/MS/MS Pro/XD Card
Power Supply 6-cell Li-ion 2200mAh AC adapter 60W(100-240V)
Ext. FDD Support external FDD w/z USB
Audio Built in Sound System
SCMS Support ¡V AC97 I/F
16-Bit Sampling and Playback ¡V 16Bit 3D Stereo
Full Duplex Support, AC-3 Support
Built in 2Watt Subwoofer
Built in Stereo Speaker, Microphone
Sound Volume via HotKey (Function F3,F4)
Communication 56Kbps(v.90) Fax Modem(MDC)
Lan
100Base TX LAN
Wireless LAN 802.11g
Wireless Antenna Built in
Keyboard US Keyboard
19mm key Pitch / 3mm Stroke
Hotkey Spec Fn+F1;Wireless LAN On/Off Fn+F3/F4
Pointing Device TouchPad (No Scroll Button)
Battery Life 4.5 - 5 hours
I/O Port USB2.0 ports x 3
IEEE1394 port x 1 (4 pin)
Mic-In (Mono)
Headphone Out (Stereo) / SPDIF x 1
TV-Out (PAL/NTSC) x 1 (Macrovision supported)
RJ-45 LAN jack x 1 (with cap)
RJ-11 Modem Jack x 1 (with cap)
Mini PCI Connector (for wireless LAN Card
VGA Port x1 , DC in x 1
Accessories Power cord, AC adapter, RJ-11 Phone cable, Manual, S-video to AV cable
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Warranty 1 Year Onsite Pickup and Repair
Dimension W 353.8xD 250xH 25-32mm
Weight 3.0Kg

Which one of those is the sound card/motherboard?

Lol, i feel like such a dumbass.
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Old 06-09-2005, 12:31 AM   #3
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Here use this to find it out...Non of those things you listed is it.
everest: http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4181.html
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You could also go to the manufacturers website...

http://www.mitac.com.au/products/pop...P725CM56PG.htm
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Wombat, if you actually took the time to READ the posts, you'd realize that is where he got the information!

I don't see any driver links on the site, but being an intel chipset, it seems it should use rather common drivers. Though from the specs it did look like some...samsung? That's a new one, didn't think they made soundcards...

Yeah, everest should help, assuming that does tell you devices even when drivers aren't installed.
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Wombat, if you actually took the time to READ the posts, you'd realize that is where he got the information!

I don't see any driver links on the site, but being an intel chipset, it seems it should use rather common drivers. Though from the specs it did look like some...samsung? That's a new one, didn't think they made soundcards...

Yeah, everest should help, assuming that does tell you devices even when drivers aren't installed.
I read them, here's the link to Mitac support
http://www.mitac.com.au/service.html

here's the link to the driver http://www.mitacservice.com/visitor/v_fileBrw.asp

Neither of which will do him much good I think...
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Motherboard Name MTC Montara-GML
Motherboard Chipset Intel Montara-GM+ i855GME


I've been searching and the only place i could find was driverguide.com and they wanted me to sign up to all this crap so i didn.t
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I read them, here's the link to Mitac support
http://www.mitac.com.au/service.html

here's the link to the driver http://www.mitacservice.com/visitor/v_fileBrw.asp

Neither of which will do him much good I think...
The driver one sent me to a chinese site, i shall email mitac.


i posted before i read this btw, as i was half way through typing it a while ago.
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Old 06-09-2005, 04:26 AM   #9
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http://mtc.mitacservice.com/visitor/v_Filedown2004C.asp

there you go. audio driver for windows xp, me, 98 and 2k all in 1 little file for you.

edit> the link only went to the start part.. just fill in the blanks with your notebook and model number and that you are looking for audio drivers and it will take you to the download for it..I saw it so I know it is there.<
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