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Where can I download a audio drive/soundcard?

I set up my windows for my computer, but when I try to use my windows media player, it says i dont have a sound card. what can I do? and where can i download a sound card?

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    not sound output in my laptop

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I want Genius Sound Card Driver This Card Model Genius Sound Maker Value 5.1
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I bought a bare bones computer and had to put it together. The Sound card was built onto the motherboard and was supposed to be a very good one. When I was finished putting the computer together, I loaded Windows XP and the files that came on a CD with the computer and all was well except the sound wouldn't work. I found out that I had to get Windows Service Pack 2 and load it and then I was able to reload the CD that came with the computer and it worked perfectly.

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