More » ASUS Windows 7 drivers can be downloaded via ASUS's support site, linked above.
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A C-Media chip may be a part of your sound card or motherboard but it's possible there's a Windows 7 driver that's a better fit for your sound device from your actual sound card or motherboard manufacturer.
More » If any Windows 7 drivers are available for Compaq computers, they can be downloaded via HP's standard support site, linked above. Compaq's newer computers typically come with Windows 7 installed and of course have Windows 7 drivers available.
Creative has made available Windows 7 drivers for many of their popular Sound Blaster products including their X-Fi, Sound Blaster Live, Audigy, and more. Please be aware that beta drivers may not always work properly and you should update as soon as final versions become available.
Note: This page also links to Windows 7 drivers for other devices from Creative including MP3 players, speakers, headsets, webcams, and video cams.
Windows 7 drivers are available for CMI8788, CMI8738, CMI8768, CMI8768 , CMI8770, and CMI8787, but Windows 7's native drivers might work best.
Important: The Windows 7 drivers linked to here are directly from C-Media.
More » Windows 7 drivers for products based on C-Media's audio chipset are available via their driver download page, linked above.
A lot of the drivers available for C-Media products appear to have been tested on the latest RC build of Windows 7, not the final version, but they should still work fine.
I did a quick spot check on several of ASUS's motherboards and all of them showed both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 drivers.