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It is a pv4mm2 motherboard
You need sound drivers.
You can download them from the people who make your motherboard HERE.
You need to select Motherboards, Socket 478, then P4VMM2.
Then you need to choose a version number.
You'll have to examine your motherboard to see which version you have, it will be written somewhere on the motherboard itself.
Choose the right one, then download and install the audio drivers and you'll have sound.
OR you can try using the Windows Update function and choosing CUSTOM.
Windows will automatically check to see if there is an updated driver for your system.
I'd try that first, since it's quick and easy.
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Posted on Mar 10, 2009
Hi m vikas give idea about ehere i find tha audio driver
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