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No sound i recently formatted my computer and installed a xp pro as i used to have home now i have no sound device, the computer can find the hardware but not the software mutlimedia audio controller is what the device manager says is not working help many thanks tony no sound after reformatted my comp.

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Go to the web site and get these driver

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