Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Oh, yes. It happens when you install an OS. Don't worry, you can easily fix it, for free.
First, head to your PC manufacturer's site. You can also go to your sound card manufacturer's website or that of your motherboard.
There, search for your model and download the drivers. Simply install them then. On your computer manufacturer's site, you will get all the drivers for your parts that you got with the PC.
If you have an HP computer, go to C:/SwSetup/Drivers if available and you may get the drivers for the components. I am not sure about other brands.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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