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I have newly formatted my system and installed Windows XP. Since that time, I am not able to hear any sound from my system. When I tried to play a sound, it is saying that "No sound device detected on your system".
I think there is a problem in installing the drivers. If so, please tell me how to identify my Sound device configuration(Brand name, etc...) and where the drivers are available for downloading.
Download Microsoft UAA drivers Uninstall any sound drivers already installed reboot then install the UAA drivers and reboot
The when rebooted go to device manager right click sound and update driver will go on net and find and install sound drivers
This works in 95% of cases
please give me a fixya when done thanks
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Theres the reason I believe when you installed XP you have install the driver for that model: XP fails to load the drivers possibly out of date and then it wont load it however you go here and find your one and install that you wont afterwards.
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