SigmaTel Audio

SigmaTel Audio

These are audio drivers for Windows Vista, Windows XP or Windows 2000
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The STAC9220/9221/9223 are high fidelity, 8-channel audio codecs compatible with Intel’s High Definition (HD) Audio Interface (formerly known as “Azalia”) . The STAC9220/9221/9223 codecs provide stereo 24-bit resolution with sample rates up to 192kHz. SPDIF I/O provides connectivity to consumer electronic equipment. The STAC9221 codec incorporates SigmaTel's proprietary SD technology to achieve an estimated DAC SNR in excess of 105dB. The STAC9220/9223 codecs incorporate SigmaTel's proprietary SD technology to achieve an estimated DAC SNR in excess of 95dB. The STAC9223 has all of the features of the STAC9220 plus ADAT® Optical “Lightpipe.” The STAC9220/9221/ 9223 codecs provide high quality, HD Audio capability to notebook and media centric desktop PC applications.

The Sigmatel AC97 audio driver is for Windows Vista, Windows XP or Windows 2000. Technically, it is the rather long winded: Sigmatel C-Major STAC 9750 AC97 WDM Audio Driver. Whatever way you want to label it, the driver package installs version 5.1 of the driver onto your system and can be used as an update to an earlier driver or as part of a new installation.
The driver can be used for the following Sigmatel models:
STAC 9200, STAC 9204, STAC 9205, STAC 9220, STAC 9221, STAC 9223, STAC 9227, STAC 9228, STAC 9229, STAC 9230, STAC 9254, STAC 9255, STAC 9271, STAC 9272, STAC 9273, STAC 9274.

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Guest I couldn't install it as it is showing as the object is not present.

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Guest Whaddya mean, can't be installed? It's listed on my add/remove program list, and it takes a lot of MB storage, yet I never connect my 'puter to collateral sound equipment, and the laptop that this program is on is totally monophone! I wish to REMOVE it, I'm wondering if it will do anything to my "ordinary volume" "volume" meaning NOT area on the disk, but the loudness-volume volume. Help! If it's only needed extraneously, I would much rather have the storage space for more important things, at least, what I consider important. Anybody know? Please tell me before I remove it. Thx!

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Nordine Bjerke

Nordine Bjerke You can uninstall the program the following by using the Add/Remove Program feature in the Window's Control Panel.
On the Start menu (for Windows 8, right-click the screen's bottom-left corner), click Control Panel, and then, under Programs, do one of the following:
Windows Vista/7/8: Click Uninstall a Program.
Windows XP: Click Add or Remove Programs.
When you find the program SigmaTel Audio, click it, and then do one of the following:
Windows Vista/7/8: Click Uninstall.
Windows XP: Click the Remove or Change/Remove tab (to the right of the program).
Follow the prompts. A progress bar shows you how long it will take to remove SigmaTel Audio.

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Guest It can't be installed, waste of time.

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