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I installed a EIDE hard drive 320GB then ran my restore disk well i cant seem to get my sound drivers back!!! I have a logitech x-230 is there a way to down load any other sound drivers from a free sight????? HELP PLEASE!!!

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The logitech speakers are plug and play and should need no drivers. Here is the web page: I suspect you need the drivers for your sound card or for integrated audio.

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