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Realtek ALC1200 driver for Windows 2000

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Hi, I have installed W2k to my second hard disk and I have got work graphics and network but not sound card. I tried instal XP driver but W2k doesnt show any audiodevice on Control panels audio-section. I could get sound by Asus's software (you can test speakers on software (http://www.guru3d.com/index.php?ct=files&action=file&id=224)) but not any sound from Windows or other softwares.

Device manager show two Realtek audio devices and the another works but the another doesnt works and device manager says error code 1.

How could I get the sound card works on W2k? I believe that is possible because W2k and XP have a lot of common.

My computers specs:

AMD Phenom II X6 1090T @ 3,85Ghz

8Gt Ddr2

Asus M4A79 Deluxe

Geforce GTX660

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I went to Asus' driver page for the M4A79 Deluxe drivers: http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/M4A79_Deluxe/HelpDesk_Download/

 

I then download the driver zip file from 2008 (the 2nd link on the page): http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/Barebone/P-P5N9300/RealtekALC1200_Audio_V51005657_V6015657.zip

 

After downloading, I opened the AsusSetup.ini file in the root of the folder, and I also opened the Readme.txt in the /Driver/Wdm folder. Both indicate that you should be able to install the driver in WINNT50 (aka Windows 2000) with Device Manager.

 

See the below files I have placed on my FTP:

 

alc12001.jpg

 

alc12002.jpg

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Grab the latest realtek audio driver for Windows 2000 from the realtek.com.tw website, that should do the trick.

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