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How Do I repair My sound I went to device manager to try and update the driver it did not work

How Do I repair My sound I went to device manager to try and update the driver it did not work

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Instead of updating it try to uninstall it in Device Manager the let the OS reinstall it. If your not sure how to reinstall just reboot your PC and it should reinstall on its own. Also if you see the brand of the card you can go to the web site and download and install the drivers from there.

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