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Somehow I've erased my sound and I don't know how to restore it?

I erased some programs from my C: drive to free up some space. I must have erased the sound program then.

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You may have deleted the driver for the sound . It has happened to me before. Go to the official web site for your product. click on products and then support. Look for drivers and redownload. Good luck DFD

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