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Audio driver for Microsoft Office XP

Trying to clean hard disc C I deleted by mistake audio driver and have no sound.

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There are three types of drivers. One that comes with the windows operating systems software, one from the motherboard manufacturer and one that comes from the manufacturer of a sound card. If you still have the motherboard manufacturers disk you can reinstall, you can use the one that came with the sound card, or you can also get it online from the manufacture site. Its an easy fix, good luck.

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