Re: [Premium Member] DRIVER NEEDED: Emachines t2895 (Windows XP Home)
No but you can. Open Device Manager, find and double-click the audio device, click the Details tab, select "hardware id" and give me the hardware id string that begins with "PCI\VEN", (1st./top line of text only).
I suspect (because of the info found in the following thread), that it contains a Realtek chipset.
When you failed to say what specific driver you tried, there's nothing we can do further.
Please, when posting a request, only click the SUBMIT button ONCE. When you click it twice, you create 2 identical threads.