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No sound I lost my hard drive and had it replaced, now I have no sound

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  • abburi Mar 07, 2008

    I am unable to hear sound.

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If you have CD utilities enclosed in your Computer then you should install that all. from the chipset, vga, audio until all necessary driver installed.

if you have no cd utilities then tell me the model of your computer and sound card. promise i will wearch the driver for you.

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