VIA Soyo SY-K7VME mb. with VIA audio Driver Download

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VIA Soyo SY-K7VME mb. with VIA audio Driver Download
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Soyo SY-K7VME mb. with VIA audio Driver

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Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, DOS

File Name

via_audio_v390a.rar (5.8 MB)


3.90a (27-Nov-2003)

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Uploader Notes

SOYO SY-K7VME motherboard Audio Driver

Audio Device Driver for the following VIA chipsets:


Category: Mainboards

Manufacturer: SOYO

Hardware: SOYO SY-K7VME

Software name: Audio Driver

Version: 3.90a

File Size: 5,639 KB.

Released: 27 Nov 2003

File name: via_audio_v390a.rar

VIA Onboard Audio Driver for DOS/Win98/Win98SE/WinNT40/Win2000/WinME/WinXP

Note: Soyo went bankrupt in 2005. No official Soyo website remains.

Uploaded By

Jerry K (DG Member) on 15-Aug-2009

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