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dear morshedy, the blue screen is usually comes when thereis a problem with the computer system files. and it could also result to sound problem. i wish you could start with solving the blue screen this can help us to solve the sound too. solution: you need to reinstall the operating system your using by the use of operating system CD. please be free to contact me for more assistance.
Open my Computer And right click
Open the hardware tab
Click device manager
Select the sound card and select install drivers
Select "allow windows to connect to the internet to search for the drivers to this device"
Click next, and windows will - hopefully - find and install the drivers for you.
It might be worth posting the model of your sound card so i can see if i can find the drivers for you
open your side pane and find a empty pci slot,remove the covering in the back and gently push your soundcard and scree it.then closed the cabinet and boot the pc.after booting you will get new hardware found wizard just follow it and you have to give the driver cd.
if you dont have then you should visit the manufacture website and down load it