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Hi. i've got a problem with sound. i have a very old PC and i lost all the menuals and disks with drivers, bbut i know that my sound is integrated.so, i've re-installed Windows, and now i can't find and setup my sound card that integrated in my MBV. i do not remember the producer of my MB, but i remember that soundchip is Realtek. is there some autodecetion on your site or how can i get my sound working good? thanks in advance
There is a link to test your hardware. but drivers are not free.
Don't worry go to the link and make test. Note down the manufacturer name for you sound card. Then goto the manufacturer site and download your driver free.
Try This Link
You can also try the official web site of Realtek
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