I’ve tried few different solutions, until I found this entry in some Chinese forums (thanks Google for translations, and sorry forgot the source). To make Windows see these devices (Audio device on High Definition audio bus) follow step below:
the steps:Download this software : kb888111xp2.exe
Open Regedit and go to :
Find CSDVersion Key
100 (hex) means its SP1
200 (hex) means its SP2
300 (hex) means its SP3
Change CSDVersion from 300 to 200 and Restart
Install kb888111xp2.exe (Microsoft UAA Patch)
Change CSDVersion back to 300.
Install device drivers
Tested and Worked for : Realtek HD, Audio Devices HD, Onboard AMD(ATI) x1250 video and modem Windows XP drivers.
Apparently Microsoft forgot in include UAA support in SP3 driver database.
Besides solution above you might want to try this: User Modified kb888111 patch fixed for Service Pack 3 .
Fix for KB888111 for Windows XP SP3 RC v3264 (Original)
Fix for KB888111 for Windows XP SP3 RC v3264 (Mirror hosted here)
There are also issue with Day Light Savings patch - NOT INTEGRATED IN patches database AS WELL ...
More info here: http://boredsysadmin.com/2008/03/more-windowx-xp-sp3-quirks.html
Websense Security thinks my website is Malicious and my best guess is because one of links I gave for kb888111xp2 patch was pointing to Rapid-share, which I guess makes my site assumed automatically to be malicious by Websense…
I tried to convince them multiple times, but I guess convincing doesn’t work as they are assigned me with “Malicious” label yet again.
As Alternative mirror you can download the file below. Extract it to temp folder and inside under MSHDQFE\Win2K_XP\us you’ll have it.