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Audio driver I need an audio driver does anyone know where I can get one?My pc crashed and I cannot get the sound back.

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Re: audio driver

Check your manual for the Driver type. If it is the common AC97 - then is is available for free download - just Google for it. Also the Motherboard or utilities disk that came with the computer should have it. Alternatively contact Sony Tech Supp Team.

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Computer Crashes Error Code: Kernel-Power 41 (63)

The problem may still be your audio. If you go into the bios and switch the audio off and the problem disappears then you will need a separate audio card in a PCI slot.

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I don't have any sound on my computer's internal speakers or my headphones after installing windows 7 pro on my averatec a2 all in one pc, can anyone help me?

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I reformatted my hp pc and I don't have any audio sound.


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Let me know if you need anything else.

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My Dell Dimension 4500 XP has no Sound

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If that doesn't work, let me know and we'll go from there.
Unless this fixes your problem, please don't rate my answer. I have other steps to assist -- and "thanks for trying" is not my goal.

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No audio for system, just media players????

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we will get this sorted !

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