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Hi there I am looking for a SoundMax Intergrated Digital Audio for Windows XP, Lost the sound driver, it is Asus, the computer, thanks. Caz

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did you reinstall your XP operating system recently? Or did it work before? You can take a look into the device manager ( "Windows" + "R" key and in the command line type the "devmgmt.msc") if there is any driver problem.
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