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Mother board speaker drives not working

Mother board speaker drives are not working

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Do like this Push Start>>>controlpannel>>>unitmanager.. If you can see A High lighter Yellow text with you audio cards name dubble click on it. if it's all gray taged you need to Install it. or Now it shall work

If not Search after driver to your audio card internet witgh your audio card model number...

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Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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