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If the sound card is in one of the slots you may just take it out and read the brand and model number right from the card. If the sould card is part of the mother board it will not be in one of the slots but be part of the board itself . If that is the case go to the MSI site type in the model number and download the drivers and sound from them or loook up what kind of sound and go to thheir web site. Any more questions as I know this is not such a complet answer , please write me back.
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Hi, just Google the MSI website, click on download and support,
Locate your board and click the link for downloads for it. You will find Audio drivers listed there. With MSI it is usualy Realtekaudio97.
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