Under the sounds tab, you will have an opportunity to test the functionality of your computer’s sound system.
Check your sound devices and see if they are properly selected.
Operating System – A lot of factors in the operating system can affect the performance of your sound card.
Nearly every computer has a USB port which connects to a USB drive.
These ports handle data transfer from different peripherals to your computer.
All of these peripherals require drivers, but one thing that many people never consider is that their USB cards also require drivers on Windows 10, 7, Vista, XP and ME.
For more information on USB and the technology involved click here, where webopedia have an excellent description and related links to USB ports, modems and linux USB for example.
We highly recommend the audio driver installer for all Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 users.
You can download the recommended Sound & Audio driver updates by clicking the "Download" button.
It’s incredibly frustrating to go through all of the work to find and download the right drivers only to be stopped short because of a bad installation. In fact, this update software makes the process so easy that you can install this small program and with the click of a button be on your way to updating all of your drivers. USB Driver Download: Kingston, Si S, Intel, USB 2.0, XP USB Driver, Windows 7 USB Driver, Vista USB Driver, ME USB Driver, Laptop USB Driver, Netbook USB Driver, Generic, Belkin, IOGear, Star Tech, Zonet, La Cie and Net Gear.
Recommended: To get the most current drivers for your Sound Card, download the driver installer below.
Important: If you are using Firefox or Netscape as your browser, you will be directed to save the application "to disk" (we recommend that you save the application to your desktop).
We recommend that you save it to your desktop and initiate the free scan using the desktop icon.
It helps to have the USB card’s model number at this point, which is another time consuming issue.