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Realtek no sound

My sound stopped working! I have the realtek r1.70 sound but it said everything was working fine but still no sound. I then deleted it but forgot I have no disc! I am going crazy help

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Try going to http://download.softpedia.ro/dl/557afe69129d8d7bf2101ded8e7cf7d4/493abc9e/300035186/drivers/SOUND/WDM_R170.zip and download the file. Unzip it to your desktop and install the driver. Reboot your PC after installation is done.

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1. Disable your onboard audio in CMOS
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