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I recently was given a Medion MAM2010 laptop. It needed a major overhaul just to get it to run, activate windows, change installation ID, product key through the manufacturer, and tons of other stuff just to get it on. Now I have it on, and running, but have learned there is NO sound card, driver, device or any audio. Are there any free downloads for drivers???

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If you right click my computer then properties hardware device drivers scroll down and see if the devices are showing if they are then click and update driver
IF THEY ARE NOT THERE then try-------

you can try and do a download through control panel add new hardware if you know the type then click choose from list if you don't know your device types then choose for mwindows to find it.
Yes you can type ie audio driver mam2010 laptop
hopefully this helps

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