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Go to the ThinkPad Website

Put in the information for your computer and search for an audio driver. It will be a free download. Follow all of the instructions that come with the driver.

I would provide a direct link to the driver, but you did not list the specific Type of Thinkpad R60 that you own. There are many types. Also it may matter if you have XP SP1 or SP2.

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Pls assist i reloaded xp now dont have sound!!!!.my wireless function is also not available.I dont have back up disk.
Thanx guys for your time.
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