It's okay, I just wanted to make sure people understood that it was x86 and
not x64. My apologies if I sounded mean.
Soon to be Dena Reiter
Beta Tester Extraordinaire
"Naseru" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Heh, this Aero Glass GUI was making it difficult to read the subject line.
> My bad...
> I assume the driver developers are going to wait for Vista RTM before
> unloading the goods (meanwhile working on them now). The drivers adoption
> has been rather slow considering the 5-months-and-counting until gold.
> - naseru
> "DenaC" <dNOSPAMcentenero@NOSPAMhotmail.com> wrote in message
>> They are only on WU if you are running x86 Vista.
>> Dena Centenero
>> Soon to be Dena Reiter
>> Beta Tester Extraordinaire
>> "Naseru" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>>I have RealTek AC'97 as well, and the solution was quite simple: Windows
>>>Update (from within the Vista UI).
>>> In short, the drivers are identified but are *not* selected for
>>> installation by default. You have to manually select which updates are
>>> available and you wish to install --> make sure you check the box for
>>> RealTek '97 Audio (blah blah, whatever the wording).
>>> I did that, and it worked a-okay. I don't have the other toys -- but
>>> they were getting UAC blocked in previous builds, anyway.
>>> - naseru
>>> "Mikegyvr" <Mikegyvr@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>>>I am having trouble getting the sound to work for this build. I am
>>>> an HP PC with the following specs:
>>>> AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+
>>>> 1 GB RAM
>>>> RealTek AC'97 Integrated Audio
>>>> I have tried HP directly, the Nvidia drivers, the Vista Beta1 drivers
>>>> the device and several XP variants, including XP Pro x64. No luck.
>>>> anyone found a good driver to use?
>>>> Many Thanks!