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I downgraded from vista premium to xp pro but have no sound help

I changed from win vista premium to win xp pro but no matter what i have tried i cannot get sound have gone to every site and tried all i could at my wits end now please any chance you could help and tell me where in simple terms i could find the drivers i need

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Add me on messenger lukeajones2008@hotmail.com ill get u the drivers

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    Unless your model does not support xp drivers, then you will have to get them from the manufacturer of the hardware.

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The reason you do not have sound is because you are now missing the driver for your soundcard...the driver is the software that allows your computer to communicate with your soundcard.

If you would like I can locate the correct driver for you if you can provide the model number of your Toshiba laptop. Otherwise you can follow the link below and select your model...it will then show you all of the drivers for your laptop , select the one for audio and download...

http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/su/su_sc_modSel.jsp

That should get your sound back up and running!

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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