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Is there any way to get audio after reinstallation ?

I formatted my hard drive and reinstall windows, i lost my mother board cd know i dont have audio on my pc

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    jhannell May 11, 2010

    what is the model of your computer? brand

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If you have a Dell, HP, Acer, ect... Go to their Website and fined support. Then go to Driver/Downloads, Slect your model and you should be good to go.

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Just go to the website of where your computer made from and download the driver software, Just lookup your computer model # .Thanks

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