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Jump on to your computer manufactures website (i.e. dell.com) and look for a 'support and drivers' link or something similar. Then figure out what model your computer is and type it in the search box. Locate a like that says something similar to 'Driver Downloads' and then click on the one regarding 'sound drivers' and install that program.
If your sound card is after market (didn't come with the computer was added afterwords, dig out the box and go to that website and find your drivers.)
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
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