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Sounddriver hi! i've accidentally deleted my sounddriver. How do i repair it?

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  • paris25 Apr 15, 2008

    Thanks i've managed to download the sound driver! but the headphone jack isn't working properly, i can hear some noise when i plug my headphones in but there's no music coming from it. My notebook is a toshiba, equiuum A210

  • charitees Apr 21, 2008

    Have dell latitude D600.

    When I skype I can hear the person when they talk to me but they do not hear me!!!!

    Please assist how to correct.



    THANKS

    JEFF

    firestonejeff@yahoo.com

  • Philip Tan
    Philip Tan May 11, 2010

    What is your laptop brand and model. Even if it is Generic, it should have a model written at the bottom of the laptop. Post it so that we can redirect you to the possible link of drivers

  • Mandeep  Singh
    Mandeep Singh May 11, 2010

    If you are using a Branded machine like a Dell or an HP, the drivers are available either available on the cds sent with the system. or on there repective site.

    The first thing however you can do is , to do a system restore

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Download and run this program, click on the motherboard tab,click on the chipset tab, click on south bridge and google either the chipset or the audio controller listed.sounddriver - a14ea2e.jpg

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