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I down loade the service pack 1 of vista ,& since then,I am not getting any audio device shown in my lap top.The speaker icon comes with a red cross.Pls advise.rktiwari35@hotmail.com

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Try re-installing the sound drivers as a first possible solution. The service pack should not have interfered with your sound.

Post make and model, maybe there is some issue with vista SP1 and sound.

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