Conexant High Definition Audio Free Driver Download
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Conexant High Definition Audio Driver for XP Home / PRO (32 Bit). Unknown at this time if driver will work on XP (64 Bit).
Obtained from an Intel Notebook / Laptop, but is understood to work on any equipment running XP 32 bit, using a Conexant High Def chip (Currentaly in use on an Advent 7203 / XP Home, & works fine).
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU READ THE "READ FIRST.TXT" FILE FIRST BEFORE INSTALLING!!!
stanmarsh14 (DG Member) on 8/29/2007
Conexant_High_Definition_Audio_Driver_v22.214.171.124.zip (1.7 MB)
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