2 Problems: Determine my Sound card + Disable C:

  GAguy 17:10 22 Dec 2008

Hey there,
I have two problems:
I uninstalled Vista to play XP and its running perfectly well, but I dont know which sound card I am using (I am using an IBM notebook T60p BUT I bought it off a third person who changed the original hardware)
I tried device manager, and this Divx thing you type in Run (I think DIAXG or something) but both dont give me information about the name of the sound card I am using and I REALLY dont want to open this laptop.

the other problem:
I gave C: (where I installed all system files) 5gb of space. Which is more than enough for windows. Unfortunately new programs tend to install themselves on C: is there any programm or something that controlls the amount of programms being installed on C: ?
A good start for that would be a programm that changes the auto paths in which programs tend to install themselves from C:/Program files/ to D:/Program files...

Thanks for the help in advance ;)

  Technotiger 17:18 22 Dec 2008

Download and run click here then look under Devices/Sound in left-hand column.

click here this one allows you to re-size and/or work on Partitions.

As far as I know there is no program that auto-changes the install path. But there is always the Browse button where you can change C: to something else.

  canarieslover 18:57 22 Dec 2008

Try here for sound card driver.
click here

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