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Devices Manager: Drivers

Other devices:Windows Xp Home Edition Pack 1
Multimedia Audio Controller
PCI Simple Communications Controller
I'm searches and no resolves. I no have support.
I no speak english. I'm sorry for inconvenients.
Please I need Help: Juan Velez......Thank You.
Email: juanv361@gmail.com

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Go to systemaxpc.com look up your driver on the downloads page. download it and save it. open the zipped file look for setup and viola sound. got a bootleg copy huh? this happens alot with bootlegs

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