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Sound and audio problems

O.k, heres the thing, i have no audio devices or sound card that i know of. And i dont know much about a computer but ive tried everything that i know of. Device Manager doesnt work...i cant download any drivers of ann kind cause it says i dont have the required installations...I'm stuck...please help!! i have an Akoya EX Medion MD 95335 laptop....

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Re: sound and audio problems

If you don't have a sound card, yes, you're right, it won't appear in the device manager, nor will you be able to download a driver for the non existing sound card.

So, that is really the case. A quick trip to the store to pick up a sound card for your system is in order. The store perhaps could install it for you, but you can do it too.

Use google, you can find out how to install it in your system. Then, load the software disk it comes with and the drivers will be loaded into your operating system. You'll then see the device you bought listed in the device manager.

Let me know if I mis understood your situation. I can only help with exact answers to exact problems.

Here's a link to places that sell that brand:

Good luck.

Posted on Jan 15, 2008

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