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I changed my hard drive now it says I have no audio device

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  • Oscar James Feb 25, 2012

    I have downloaded drivers from microsoft.intel, the mother board and the sound device website. Still no device3 found. If I put the old hard drive back in it works fine. I'm scratching my head!!!!!!

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Lost the driver download from manufact site and reload

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