This LCIA (Lima)
motherboard is an OEM board built specifically for HP/Compaq
(by Foxconn) to use in some of their computer models. It uses a Realtek ALC662
chipset for the audio. You won't find drivers on the Foxconn website because they leave support up to the OEM manufacturer it was made for.
You have several choices to find drivers:
1: Visit the [url="www8.hp.com/us/en/support-drivers.html"]HP website[/url], click on Drivers and Software
, then type in the computer model
(not the motherboard model) that this motherboard came pre-installed in then click the Search
button. HP doesn't post drivers according to the motherboard model but by the computer model instead.
2: Visit this [url="forums.driverguide.com/showthread.php?t=30800"]Realtek STICKY[/url] thread (in the Sound Card Forum
) and choose a driver that matches the ALC662
3: Use your favorite search engine and do a search for ALC662.
4: Use our Simple Search Wizard
(located within the HOME
button/page at the upper left corner of this page) to search our driver database for this sound chip.