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I suppressed by error the realtek programm for the audio . Resulting no sound they said in control panel no peripheric so i want to know how to restaure the peripheric for the sound if it is possible??? when i try reinstall realtek insert a disk but i have no disk my acer one laptop is configurate when i buy it so what can i do now? thanks regards, R Charron

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Hey there renee962,

I suggest you go to www.acer.com, look for the support and driver downloads selection and follow through until they get you to the sound driver you require. Please have your model name and number ready, they may also require a service number usually found on the bottom. Once you find the appropriate driver, simply download and run. It may require a restart after you install driver before it will work.

If you have any further trouble with this let me know, and I will see if I can help. Good Luck!

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