Question about Computers & Internet
You did not state what os system you are running so i'll assume it's Win XP. Go to > Control Panel > Administative Tools > Computer Management > now on left side of window click on Devise Manager...when the list comes up scrool down to Sound, Video and Game Controllers then click on "+" sign to expand and BINGO!...If any sound (audio) devises listed are accompanied with a yellow question mark...you have a problem. Click on the ones with the question mark and choose install driver. Windows will then search for and install your driver.
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If you log onto the manufacturers web
site, a list of drivers that you require will become readilly
available. Just follow the links.
Hope this helps to get you up and running again.
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