Download the latest version of SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio drivers according to your computer's operating system. All downloads available on this website have been scanned by the latest anti-virus software and are guaranteed to be virus and malware-free.
|Supported OS: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP|
File Version: Version 5.0.1171
File Size: 1.2 MB
|Supported OS: Win 98, Win 95|
Release Date: 1999-09-28
File Size: 3.4 MB
144,768 DownloadsSubmitted Jun 8, 2000 by Dio (DG Member):
"This is the driver for the really cheasy onboard sound card by SoundMAX. Soundmax Integrated Digital Audio Device is what Windows calls it. Just run the exe in a temp folder and then run the decompressed setup file. If it doesn't work, I suggest you buy a REAL mother board. Chow..."
|Supported OS: Win 2003 Server, Win XP Home, Win XP Pro, Win 2000 Workstation, Win 2000 Server|
File Version: Version %DriverBuildID%
Release Date: 2003-10-01
File Size: 1.2 MB
195,022 DownloadsSubmitted May 29, 2005 by Jon (DG Member):
"this is from the sony VAIO piece of crap motherboard that the driver isn't posted anywhere. I managed to save the driver off another VAIO PC. Hope this helps everyone out!!!"
|Supported OS: Win 2000 Workstation, Win 98SE|
File Version: Version 5.12.01.3025
Release Date: 2000-08-01
File Size: 34.2 MB
22,683 DownloadsSubmitted Mar 30, 2006 by pestlett (DG Member):
"SoundMAX Drivers from IBM NetVista. The Chip inside is Intel 82801BA/BAM. The drivers for the chip are here."
|Supported OS: Win XP Pro|
File Version: Version 2.1
File Size: 3.9 MB
7,413 DownloadsSubmitted May 22, 2008 by juanchi2k2 (DG Member):
|Supported OS: Win 7, Win 7 x64, Win Server 2008, Win Vista, Win Vista x64, Win 2003 Server, Win Server 2003 x64, Win XP Home, Win XP Pro, Win XP Pro x64, Win 2000 Workstation, Win 2000 Server|
File Size: 1.6 MB
3,862 DownloadsSubmitted Jul 3, 2010 by joseluiscv (DG Member):
"goto Device Manager, and right click on the Multimedia Controller and install the driver manually (i.e. let you choose from a list of device, then click have Disk and select the folder that contain the extracted files from jusce's post). Once that's done, it will give you 4 options, just choose the top ..."