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Make sure that your 'automatic updates' is turned on first of all. Next, you need to go to Device Manager. (Right click on My Computer & go down and click on Properties, then the hardware tab. Then click on 'Device Manager') One of the listings ( probably under 'sound, video and game controllers') should have an exclaimation point next to it. Right click this device and choose 'update driver' and follow the 'default' instructions. If this doesn't help, right click again choose 'properties' for the same device then you should be able to download the driver from the PC's manufacturer, Microsoft or try Download.com (driver downloads).
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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