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I need to down load sound system back into my computer it was accidently erased how do I do that?

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If you still have a restoration partition on the hard disk, you could boot to it and restore to factory.
Or, you could try a system restore, if you have restore points made.
Or you can install the restoration CD DVD and restore.

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You will need to go to the manufacture's website and then locate the drivers download page. Download the audio drivers. When they are downloaded, install them accord to the MFG's instructions. You may need to restart the computer when you are finished.

It would probably be a good idea to download the latest BIOS flash while you are there. That will update the BIOS for any changes since the computer was shipped.

Good luck, and please let me know how it works out for you.

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