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I cannot enable the on board sound card(sound Max)

HiI have just replaced a faulty hard drive,formatted and installed xp-pro, and now I have no system sound at all.Local techs have "disabled" the on board sound card,and I bought a PCI sound card,only to find I have no spare slots to use it!So I have attempted to re-enable sound in the Bios,advanced menu,but cannot identify clearly "sound card", and Im no expert by any means !So I need specific step by step instructions on how to enable the sound card please.(and what are jumpers? how do I fix them?) I presume the tech disabled it in the BIOS,but Ican't be sure?Help please BM in Oz

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Check the driver status of your sound , in the device manager, if its not installed , then install the drivers or if your sound is not detecting then
go to the BIOS and load optimized bios default settings then check

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