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My computer says i have no sound device installed

I cleaned out some files i had not used in a long time and some files i thought i had never used and now my computer has no sound device installed how can i get it back

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Press windows key and pause/break button.

System propertise comes up - go to hardware

device manager

sound card

uninstall reinstall

if it dont automatically find the driver and install it download device identifier
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find it right click find driver

install goodluck

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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