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No sounds output

I have installed windows xp in my pc. And the sound doesn't works. I try to install a driver but nothing happens.

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  • SuperSandy May 11, 2010

    Was the sound coming prior to installing xp.

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Well you need to install the sound card driver to get sound out from the computer, I can get you the right one if you send me the brand and model. also the windows your using? 2000? xp? vista? other?

Posted on May 26, 2009

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