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    Default HDAudBUS.sys on XP (sp2)

    Hi everyone.
    I just got a x61s and I went from Vista to XP (sp2) However, while I deleted the HDD and did a fresh install my audio is now not working. I installed the audio drivers, but I can't get it to install.
    It states that I need HD audio bus. However, when I try to find the "HDAudBUS.sys" I can't. Can anyone help me out by sending it to me?
    I have a gm965 chipset. I would really really appreciate this.
    HP Pavilion DM1Z------------------------------Asus Transformer
    CPU: AMD Zacate E-350 1.6Ghz -----------NVIDIA Tegra @ 1.6Ghz
    RAM: 2x4GB DDR3 1066---------------------1GB of Ram
    VGA: HD6310 APU-----------------------------10.1" Screen
    HDD: Samsung PM800 128GB SSD-------32 GB SDD
    OS: Win 7 Ultimate x64----------------------Android 3.1

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    Default Re: HDAudBUS.sys on XP (sp2)

    You need a fix for win xp to support HDA. You can download it from Lenovo support page.
    Just search the forum for similar threads regarding audio drivers.



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