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I accidently deleted my sound devices i have an ibm think pad lab top with microsoft windows xp and i think the name of the sound device was sound max but im not sure how to get it back for free or how to restore what i deleted i accidently deleted my sound devices problem, and notify you when a new solution is offered.

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Hi.
Have you tried to restore it through the SYSTEM RESTORE utility? If this doesn't work, download a driver from this link: Soundmax

Good luck!!!

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