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How to know that which sound card i have?

When i turn on my computer it shows Hp and Intel on my monitor but there is an intel chip on my mother board and i dont have a driver for my sound card how can i know that which sound card do i have? I am not sure if it is an intel cpu or hp coz intel and hp both shows on desktop when i turn on my pc

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Its an hp with a intel cpu, locate your device list in your computer, as long as it wasn't deleted it should show your sound card and whether or not it is working

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