driver install

  carnoustiejim 11:21 03 Feb 2009
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hi i refomatted pc but unfortunatly the driver disc i had for my sound etc does not load
have d/l drivers but i also had to d/l microsoft universal audio architechure high definition audio bus driver when installing uaa im not sure as to the instruction how to procede with instal i wonder if anyone can help me install uaa heres the read me file thanks kirriejim
(These instructions assume that you preinstall the relevant Windows OS over
a network, by using Windows PE.

1. Copy KB835221.exe or KB835221_srv03.exe to a subdirectory on your
technician computer.

For example, create a folder under the OPKTools directory called
Updates. Place the file KB835221.exe or KB835221_srv03.exe in the
Updates folder.

2. In Setup Manager create or modify an existing Windows
configuration set.

3. Add the following command-line information to the Preinstalled
Applications page in Setup Manager:

Executable: \\server\OpkTools\Updates\KB835221.exe (or KB835221_srv03.exe)

Parameters: -q -n -z

4. Save the configuration set.

5. Start the destination computer by using Windows PE and preinstall
the relevant Windows OS by using the command factory -winpe.

The UAA HD Audio OOB package is installed immediately after the Windows OS is
installed, and it will be enabled on the next reboot of the computer.

Note: The syntax of the Out Of Band (OOB) installation
program is:

KB835221.exe [/help] [/quiet] [/passive] [/uninstall] [/norestart] [/integrate] [/forcerestart][/f] [/l] [/n] [/o]

or

KB835221_srv03.exe [/help] [/quiet] [/passive] [/uninstall] [/norestart] [/integrate] [/forcerestart][/f] [/l] [/n] [/o]

where:

/help Displays a help window with the information below

/quiet Runs in quiet mode, with no user interaction or display

/passive Runs in unattended mode, progress bar only

/uninstall Uninstalls the package.

/norestart Does not restart when installation is complete

/forcerestart Restart after package installation

/integrate: fullpath> Integrate this software into fullpath>

/f Forces other programs to close when the computer shuts down.

/l Lists installed Hotfixes or update packages

/n Does not back up files for uninstalling of the package

/o Overwrites OEM files without prompting)

  lotvic 22:13 03 Feb 2009

Sorry, I haven't a clue but thought I'd 'bump' this thread for you.

What OS have you installed? XP or Vista
Have you installed the motherboard drivers?
Is it onboard sound or a separate sound card (which one)?

Is the computer 'branded' (Dell, HP etc) or custom build?

  birdface 22:32 03 Feb 2009

Try this and see if it finds anything. click here

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