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April 10, 2013 12:53:02 PM

Lost my drivers and can't find them online?
It's audio driver and video(Nvidia or smth)driver...i search online,i didn't find anything right...then i go driverwhiz and find out that that isn't free...I need to download my drivers...where or at least tell me what driver...what information do you need to tell me what driver should i install?Please help me.....thank you in front :( 

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April 10, 2013 12:59:48 PM

We need to know the make and model of your machine.
You find drivers at manufacturers websites.

Give us the above and we can link you to the needed site.
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April 11, 2013 3:55:31 PM

unoriginal1 said:
We need to know the make and model of your machine.
You find drivers at manufacturers websites.

Give us the above and we can link you to the needed site.


Thank you for answering me...i am not sure what to write by model of my machine(i am little slow about that)so i'll give you what i know if it isn't tell me please how to find where is written. procesor is Intel(R)
Celeron(R) CPU 2.68GHZ if it helps i need nvidia 8800 :)  but where is site for downloading?Now biggest problem is my audio device.....I know that it has some connection with USB audio device and Realtek(something) I know i am annoying.....but i very prishiate your patience.I will be very thanksfull if you can help.
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April 11, 2013 4:04:01 PM

Your not annoying and it's not a problem :) . Happy to help.
If it's a pc you bought.. The make would be like Dell, Hp, etc. The model is usually located on the sticker on top of the machine. For example. HP Compaq 6200 Pro microtower (would be the make and model)

Here is the site for the GPU (nvidia 8800) drivers.
http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
1) Product type = Ge Force
2) Product series = 8 series
The rest you need to fill out, hit search and it will give you the drivers you need. Make sure you download 64 bit for a 64 OS and 32 bit if your running a 32 bit OS. (most systems are 64 bit if newer)

Find the model of your computer and I will help you find the sound drivers that you need as well :) . Either model of the computer.. Or model of the motherboard.

Thanks
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