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I have reinstalled the windows xp , but i m unable to play any media file ,as it is prompting for sound problem [probably a sound device driver]

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  • Shayne Schecht May 11, 2010

    Does the sound card show up in the Device Manager? If it does does it say that it is working properly? What card is it? You may need to download and reinstall the drivers for the device.

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You would have to install a sound driver which you can get from the website of your motherboard company.

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