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My laptop was messed up.. so i reinstalled windows.. now i can't connect to wireless networks and my sound system doesn't work.. how do i fix this?

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Did you also reinstall the system board drivers?

Go to right click on the My Computer icon and select properties.
Select Hardware and Device Manager
Look for large yellow exclamation marks indicating hardware installed but without drivers

Download drivers from makers website and install

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Go back to Windows network setup wizard and go back through the steps using the 'restore network connection' button. You should be good to go.

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