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Soundcard i reinstalled windows xp on my comp, no sound is coming out anymore.

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RE INSTALL THE DRIVERS

Posted on Apr 05, 2008

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Yes,

Run windows updates, Start>programs>windows update
It will ask you if want to da an express or custom update, select custom.
On the left you will see optional hardwaresoundcard - 1.gif updates, select all and install.

Or you can go to start>settings>control panel>system1.gif>device manager> select your sound card and update driver via internet.

Hope this helps

Posted on Mar 19, 2008

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