Question about PC Laptops
That was a dodgy job,
the licence for windows XP installed by this guy is not genuine and can get you in troubles with Windows updates.
If you have a valid Windows XP licence (check the sticker at the base of your laptop), you should reinstall XP home using the licence number on the sticker.
If you do not have a licence, well I cannot talk here...
Regarding the sound, that is not a big problem, you just need to download and reinstall the drivers for your laptop.
Post a new question on Fixya, giving details on your laptop make and model, you will get the link to download for drivers.
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Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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Please find drivers at following link:
Please select Operating system (example xp home edition 32 bit or xp pro 32 bit or 64 bit) from the dropdown list for operating system.
Then download and install all the drivers one by one.
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