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MY AUDIO Cannot play , coz my system is can't read

MY AUDIO Cannot play , coz my system can't read my speaker!!!! how to fix it???

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You probably need a sound card driver.
Go to the website of your motherboard maker, download and install it.

Posted on May 31, 2010

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