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Old 29th January 2010, 01:39 PM
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Problems with Realtek AC'97 Audio card not being detected in fedora 12?

oh, my god~

my desk-top computer can be working very well on ubuntu, i mean all the hardware can be detected and the drivers be auto-installed, but my Realtek AC'97 Audio card can't not be detected on fedora 12...

how to install the necessary driver for fedora 12?

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