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I've recently had to reinstall my whole computer, so I had to install Windows and all the drivers for the hardware again.
Unfortunately, I've lost the disk woth my sound card drivers. All sounds I can get now are beeps.
I've tried some sites and DXDIAG, but they all said I didn't even have a sounds card, which I definatlely have, because before i reinstalled I could get sound in programs. I need some way to find out what sound card I have,(maybe there's a sticker on the hardware or something) and then I need to get the drivers.
Thanks a lot already for looking into this!!
It sounds like you just need to identify your specific sound card, and then get the drivers for it. To do this, it's easiest to find the device and vendor id's for your card. Luckily, windows can easily tell you them even if you don't have the drivers yet. To do it, follow these instructions:
You should see a windows similar to this one:
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