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After installing MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP SERVICE PACK 2, it has not found it,s sound drivers and the vga drivers.

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Hi there.

You can install the drivers yourself by downloading them from the manufacturer's website. If you can tell me what your sound card is and what motherboard you have, or VGA card (if seperate), I can post the links for you. Also, have you tried installing XP Service Pack 3?

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