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Unless you have an original recovery disk, you will need to go to manufacturer website and download drivers for your model.
If the computer is no brand, then you will need to read motherboard model number and manufacturer that are printed on the motherboard. From there you find motherboard manufacturer page using Google, and get the driver download.
If you really cannot find the driver, you can also purchase a PCI or USB(external) audio adapter.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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