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Topic # 55945 11-Jan-2010 08:13
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Hey guys, Ive just downloaded Mixcraft for sound and music recording, Im trying to get the latency down to 0 on my laptop - Toshiba Satellite PSM40A 03K009. Does anybody know where I can find the latest SoudMax Intergrated Digital Audio drivers. Ive been searching for awhile but Im hoping some Techy's here might be able to save me a few hours. Cheers

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  Reply # 288865 11-Jan-2010 09:20
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The manufacture is Realtek

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  Reply # 290960 18-Jan-2010 20:55
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Go to toshiba support site or
Find out what audio chip in your laptop by using everest or other tools then search
drivers for that chip.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 290972 18-Jan-2010 21:20
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  Reply # 291058 19-Jan-2010 08:19
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Toshiba support site +1 - just had to install drivers for an L300 and was impressed by Toshibas driver support page :)




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  Reply # 291084 19-Jan-2010 09:02
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Oh thats the site Ive been to before, thing is I cannot find my model on the search page? Toshiba Satellite PSM40A 03K009

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