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Help mu computeur window xp, with dont hear sound,it not mute.it wrinting no audio device.please help.thank you

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    i cant hear a sound

  • shweta vaish Jul 16, 2008

    my computer window xp, with dont hear sound,it not mute.it wrinting no audio device.please help.thank you, & plz also inform me that how can i uninstalle sound driver. thank you.



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