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My sound device is not working please help

Ihave windows xp installed in my pc and after fomatting it 2 times my sound device is not working can you help me to fix the same
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    ihave windows xp installed in my pc and after fomatting it 2 times my sound device is not working can you help me to fix the same thank you

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