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The Audio of my Asus notebook laptop was uninstalled.What should I do? My laptop now has no audio.

I accidentally remove the audio of my Asus Notebook laptop. Audio means the sound device has already gone in my system..What should I do?..Before the Audio sound Device of My Asus Notebook laptop is Real Definition Audio Device...Please help me...Because my laptop now seems to be mute... Thank you

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  • esmont06 Nov 28, 2008

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The audio driver should be on the install disc and if not go to the asus site and download it and reinstall it.Toy may also want to look in your recycle bin if you have not emptied it .
http://www.new-drivers.com/files/sound/?gclid=CL-_i7uv-ZUCFQQRswodVHSXFg

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