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Try this , Right click my computer and select properties, hardware, device manager and look for the ?mark about sound device or audio and remove or uninstall it. After uninstalled click action and scan hardware changes. After scanning if the windows found the driver of your sound card it's install automatically but if they cannot find the driver you need to look the model of your sound card in search in the net to download.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
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