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Go to your device manager (windows key+break, device manager is on the left) and under "Sound, video and game controllers" will be "Realtek High Definition Audio" which has the yellow exclamation mark. Right click it and select uninstall. Reboot, and Windows should detect new hardware. If Windows doesn't automatically install the proper driver, the latest one can be downloaded from Realtek at the following link:
Find the necessary Realtec drivers on the ASUS website. http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us You are looking for these:
Realtek Audio Driver V18.104.22.16873 for Windows 2000/XP/2003 and XP/2003 64bit(WHQL).
Realtek Audio Driver V22.214.171.12497 for Windows 2000/XP/XP 64bit/2003/2003 64bit(WHQL).
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windows key + R = open : devmgmt.msc Sounds, video and game controlers > (right click) Realtek high definition audio > update driver sofware > browse my computer for driver software > let me pick from a list...> double click on Realtek high definition audio > YES to update driver warning > AND SWEET SOUND IS AUDIBLE :D