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I suggest emailing lexmark and telling them u need a disc for a Lexmark X2550 printer. Maybe tell em yours didnt come with one when u bought it and be firm...or you can continue to try and download it from the internet.
try the above link.....just copy and paste the above link on the browser.....you will redirected your software driver page.....there you can download and install it.....try this.....it will work 100%......it is free of cost.......
I assume when you say "restored" you mean the Windows XP restore... It's likely that windows deleted the registry information for your sound card drivers. When you bought your computer, it likely came with a disk for "Audio Drivers," or maybe just a generic "System Drivers" CD. Use whichever CD you have to re-install the sound card drivers, or if you know what kind of sound card (or onboard sound) you have, you can visit the website of the manufacturer to download the drivers from there.