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Well, it's a basic task for techie, but for common people this is a problem, i hope your sound is working this time. Or isn't it? If it's working, follow this steps:
Right Click on My Computer - Manage- Device Manager and on the left pane click Sound, Video and Game Controllers, refer to the picture below (to go to the device manager - just type devmgmt.msc in the Run):
If your driver isn't installed, please let me know the Motherboard type and model, i can help you. To check out the device type, open the Device Manager , expand the System Devices and check or just reply me back with the screenshot, Good luck
Posted on May 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In windows XP go to Device Manager > double-click the card ("unknown hardware if it is not already installed) and go to Details tab the first line under the text "Value" (eg. PCI\Ven_xxxx&Dev_xxxx) , write down this text and google, it should come up with the chip vendor name. If you don't find anything please write it down here and i'll look into it.
Posted on May 25, 2010
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