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It's probably disabled in bios. Find out which key to hit during startup to enter bios (usually del or F2) and look for 'onboard devices' or something similar. Your soundcard will be in there.
Remember to save your settings as you exit bios. Drivers for the card should automatically install upon logging back into windows.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
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