sound chips have not been made in years. They were a Windows 9x era chipset. I can only suggest you use the Simple Search Wizard
located within the HOME
button (upper left corner of this page) and type "CS4624" and/or "CS-4624" (minus the quote marks) into the box then click the Search button
. That will give you not only a list of drivers posted in our driver database but it will give a list of previous identical threads where folks are asking the same question. I doubt you will find Windows XP drivers made for Windows 98 era devices but you can go thru the list and perhaps find a Windows XP driver or even a Windows 2000 driver that should work ok in Windows XP.
Previous identical threads that the Simple Driver Search Wizard
found for me:
Or you can click here
to use our more Advanced Driver Search Wizard
It would be a good idea for you to scroll to the bottom of this page and click-on/read the Beginners Guide
That way, you can learn to help yourself instead of having to ask someone else to do the task for you.
It most likely time for you to buy a bit more modern sound card if you wish to use it in Windows XP.