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Object not present intel 945GNT sound drive?

I got ur reply..its very useful to me..but its not workin for me..wat i did was removed my XP and installed new one XP+SP2.but still am getting "Object not present" error.Also i Disabled audio in BIOS and installed sound drive tat time the driver is been installed but after reboot its reflected with the same error..whether i should hav to go for a new external soundrive..But when i remove my RAM board alarm with a beep sound..Is the prob in hardware or in tel me wat should i do now?

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