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Realtek hd not detecting sound device

I had a hard drive crash and had to do a from scratch install of XP Pro. Installed drivers and later when installing iTunes it gave a warning that my sound system was not working. Upon several attempts to reinstall Realtek hd now the system does not find the built in sound device. I have disabled the Windows UAA Bus driver as per the fix listed on the ASRock web site. Software shows to install but when you look in control panel at sound it says no device present.

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Don't disable any windows driver
go to the site www.bramjnet.com and from this site download the iso file witch have 50'000 driver it will solve your problem

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