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No sound i have acerpower F1(intel inside).the operating window is XP. one day i boot(formatted) my computer with window xp. after that there is no sound from my computer.the volume level,the media level all are fine except there is no sound heared from my PC.my audio driver is realtek. please help me to hear sound from my PC.thank You!!!!

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When you reformated your computer, you got rid of all your drivers which Windows XP will not put on. You need your motherboard chipset driver disc.

Realtek Here is the link where you can find your driver.
If you can tell me the model of your realtek driver, I can help you more.

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