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Inadvertently uninstalled audio on Dell Lattidude 800

While removing some programs, I think I inadvertently uninstalled my audio and now have no sound at all.

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First I'd try to install the latest driver:
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Re: inadvertently uninstalled audio on dell lattitude 800


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