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This all hinges on the sound hardware you have. If you have onboard sound you will need to find that out from the program HERE < click on HERE>
Once you run speccy look for audio properties and also mother board update information. Update information can do a lot to update onboard sound. If you have a sound CARD - pull it if need be and read the numbers - do a google seach for your SOUND CARD.
One additional way - which may be easier for YOU is to go to the manufacturers website and search for sound card driver for your model.
Once you install the driver you will be fine. A driver is the go between the hardware and the specific sound you have.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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