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Sound device I am running on windows xp with a tower (packard bell) i have by mistake deleted my sound device can somebody please advise how to put this right thanks

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  • candyc2004 Nov 30, 2007

    i accidently deleted my sound device when going through the control panel

  • stacienw Dec 06, 2007

    i accidently deleted my sound device when going through the control panel

  • rajiv1976 Sep 16, 2008

    i want sound device

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Mother board and chipcet no enter the google and downlod the driver and instal.

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You can locate drivers for just about ANY older system (ala "Packard Bell") and it's devices on Driver Guide (it's saved MY life a few times).

Go here:
http://www.driverguide.com/

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

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Download the sound drivers =)

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