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Problem with the sound device in pc

I reinstalled xp...... and i also copied all required things from the motherboard cd..... but somehow multimedia audio controllers is missing.... because of that am not able play songs in my comp....... so plz help to find some solution for the problem....... and if can inform me about the website address.. so that i can download it from the net ant install it to my comp..... waiting for ur ealiest reply.......

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Witch model off motherboard do u have???

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