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No audio device installed

I just bought a laptop from a friend and it has no audio device installed. How can I fix this. The laptop has Vista Ultimate.

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Go to manufactered website and see if they have driver and or updates for your laptop

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Well I hope you need a audio driver, and your system having windows vista operating system. thats fine but you forget to mention about your hardware like what pc/laptop do you have? If it was a assembled pc then what is the model number of your audio graphics card (or is the audio card is on board).

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