Asound Pro / CMedia CMI8738 Drivers
ASound PRO / CMedia CMI 8738 Drivers Download
What To Do If Asound Pro CMI-8738 Does Not Work
Step 1 – Make Sure The CMI-8738 Sound Card Is Connected Properly
If your are experiencing distorted / lack of sound problems on your computer, you have likely not got the correct driver installed for the C-Media 8783, or the device is not connected properly. To rectify this problem, the first step is to ensure that you have the card installed correctly for your system – which can be done by opening up the side of the system, and then making sure that the card is securely fastened inside. You should also examine the cables to see if they are okay as well.
Step 2 – Remove Any Other CMedia Drivers From Your PC
If you have any other ATI drivers on your PC, you have to be able to fix the problems that it may have by cleaning out the various problems it may have. This can be done by following these steps:
- Click “Start”
- Select “Control Panel”
- Click “Add / Remove Programs”
- Select Any Existing CMedia Drivers
- Click “Remove” next to them
- Restart your Windows 7 PC
- Download the drivers listed above
- Install them and restart your system again
This will repair any of the potential conflicts that the Cmedia drivers may have had, thus allowing your system to run the correct driver in the best way possible. We’ve found this is one of the biggest reasons why CMedia software will continually become damaged, and consequently fix the problems that your system may have.
Step 3 – Update The Driver By Using This Driver Update Tool
If you find that you still cannot use the CMedia 8738 in Windows after you’ve tried using the steps above, it’s recommended you use a “driver update” program. Although these cost a small fee, they are brilliant for fixing all this type of driver problem on the Windows system, as they are able to scan through your PC and update any of the outdated drivers that your system may have. We have found that a program called “Driver Finder Pro” is the best for fixing the problem with the CMedia 8738 on Windows 7.
You can see the software here: