Vista/Oblivion sound problems!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by EnhancedLogic, Jan 21, 2007.

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    EnhancedLogic

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    After i updated to Vista Enterprise my onboard sound does not work correctly in Oblivion. I have a 2.1 speaker system but Oblivion thinks i have a center channel. I believe the problem has something to do with me not being able to install ALC88 drivers.



    Everytime i try to install the drivers it says "Does not support this operating system: WNT_5.1P". Does anyone have a suggestion?The drivers i have are xp drivers. I've searched the internet but i can't seem to find Vista drivers for ALC88 RealTek.



    Does anyone believe i can install AC95 Vista drivers?



    My spes:

    e6300

    1bg DDR2 600 ram

    x800xl

    Asus P5LD2 Rev 2.0 motherboard
     
    EnhancedLogic, Jan 21, 2007
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    EnhancedLogic

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    Okay i found the drivers. It's called Vista_R155 if anyone's looking.
     
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    I took your post out of the Technical forum. I will keep this one in the Sound section so that if anyone has the same issue they can find it quickly.

    Mind sharing with us where you found the driver?
     
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    I have the exact same problem. I tried to get normal XP drivers on the asus website, but it said the WNT_5.1P thing as well. Oddity.
     
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