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No sounds on my speaker

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  • sanjayborse Nov 17, 2008

    no sounds on my speaker



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Well, if u need us to find the drivers you MUST tell us to which motherboard/soundcard u need them for.
You cant just say "i need drivers to my soundcard" , come up with some more info i we maybe can help you!

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