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Driver request: Win2k Cirrus CS4213 Drivers

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My friend, who is installing Windows 2000 on his Dell Inspirion Core i3, needs a driver for the Cirrus Logic CS4213 HD audio.

I have found a 2000/XP driver for the CS4207: http://www.cirrus.com/en/pubs/software/CS4207_WinXP_1-0-0-38.zip

and here is the Windows 7 driver for the CS4213: http://ftp.dell.com/FOLDER00536260M/3/Audio_Cirrus_W72_A00_Setup-C8F0X_ZPE.exe

BWC, is it possible to use the hardware IDs of the Windows 7 driver in the 2000/XP driver?

tomasz86 and blackwingcat, please help me, Together we can solve this issue.

BTW here is a screenshot of my friend's laptop with Win2k:

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So far this has been our only drawback, the driver works with Win2k but there is no appropriate ID, so it does not function. Maybe if you can mod the .inf, we can get it going.

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That wasn't really what I was looking for, here I wish to put the proper hardware IDs from the Windows 7 driver, into the 2000/XP driver.

From looking into driver .infs, Windows 7 uses the same IDs as XP or 2k would

So can you help me on that, or should I wait for BWC?

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It uses the following functions.

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I think WildBill kernel may be able to work it.

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It uses the following functions.

_CIcos

_CIsin

_CIsqrt

I think WildBill kernel may be able to work it.

Is this for the Windows 7 driver? If so then great.

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BWC. This is what I want to do. I want you to either make the Windows 7 driver work in Windows 2000, or transfer the hardware IDs of the Windows 7 driver to the Windows 2000 driver that I've given you. The Windows 2000 driver is not compatible - it needs the proper hardware IDs to work with the hardware. So can you please try and find a fix

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