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Wi-fi and sound problem

Have win2k on iwill xp 333r sound sometimes is either distorted or no sound after booting up even if rebooting several times. though sometimes the sound is present after booting and is of good quality. have installed all the latest drivers i can find though i think there may be newer ones but cannot find them. also a similar problem with usb wi-fi adapter which seems to load perfectly but except no internet connedction and ip numbers are not 192.168 ect but the auto ones you get when when you have no network.

any help would be appreciated

many thanks for your time and effort

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