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Pre-installed programs destroyed in a hard drive

All the pre-installed programs in my hard drive has been damaged due to a crash. And i don't have the programs to installed it on a new hard drive, am having many problems with the sound and chipsets on the m-board also need to be installed, there was no cd attached with the PC. What must i do?

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TRY going to download.com.. i had the same problem with an emachine and i got all the drivers for chipsets and controllers, sure give it a go you have nothing to lose...good luck...

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Go here for support, and enter you location and then enter your system for the drivers info

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