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ONBOARDSOUNDCARD my onboard sound card appears not to be working.it reports that I have a problem with my Audio Controler.what should I do.

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You need to install the device driver of your sound card.. if you have a installation driver of your unit, you need this to install again your audio..

let me know, if you still need more assistance on your problem.

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