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I am missing a driver for my audio in my HP Pavillion a1630n I have no sound and can not install the driver from the device manager what should I do?

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Make sure you have installed all the motherboard drivers first. I assume you have the proper driver for your audio card and that is what you are trying to install from the device manager. You likely need to install a board driver to allow your hardware to detect the audio first.

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