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Lost drive for sound

I have deleted the sound from my pc and have no back up

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IF U HAVE deleted the sound card drivers from ur system
two ways
1. REINSTALL THE motherboard chipset drivers cd that u got when u purchased the PC.... it will surely resolve the problem 100%
OR

2 VISIT http://www.soundcard-drivers.com/

I WOULD RECOMMEND to install mother chipset driver CD available to u
If u dont have it then goto the above link and match which hardware u have in ur system for sound card and install the selective sofware...
Take care and best of luck
Waiting for ur reply

Posted on Feb 19, 2008

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