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I reformatted my computer with Windows XP Home Edition, but there is no Sound - Soundmax Driver Not Found. Where can I buy Support CD for Asus 4P4800-MX Motherboard - 478pins?

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    no sound

  • s000165590 Feb 08, 2009

    I deleted the sound off my Dell XP windows computer and i don't know how to get it back on to my computer.

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Go to soundmax.com and dl ther latest drive ok

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