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I removed my sound device out of the add and remove programs, now I need to find out how to re download it.

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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.

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I accidentaly remove a prorgram in my computer using add and remove programs... and unfortunately i think the program i have removed was for my audio devices.. now my computer has no sound... even as i...


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http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-us/downloads/microsoft/activesync-download.mspx

ActiveSync’s Tools >Add/Remove Programs screen lists all the programs that have been installed on your device. To uninstall a program, uncheck the box next to it and click on OK. To reinstall a program, click on the empty box next to it and click on OK. Do not click on the Remove button. Here's how to do it: If you used ActiveSync to install a third-party program to your Windows Mobile device, you can uninstall the program quickly from your PC.
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Reinstalling programs you’ve uninstalled Once you’ve installed a program using ActiveSync, the necessary installation files are saved on your PC. If you uninstall the program as described above, you can use the Add/Remove Programs menu to reinstall it at a later time. Uninstalled programs appear in the Add/Remove Programs list as items with unchecked boxes. To reinstall it, click on the check box next to it and hit OK. ActiveSync will reinstall the program automatically. Note that files in CAB format can be downloaded directly to a device and installed, so they will not appear in the Add/Remove Programs list. In addition, some freeware programs are installed by using ActiveSync’s Explorer to copy the program file to your device. Those also do not appear in the Add/Remove list. WARNING: Do not click on the “Remove” button at the bottom of the Add/Remove Programs screen unless you never again plan on using the program. This completely removes the necessary installation files from your PC and you won’t be able to reinstall the program by checking the box.

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No sound device known by computer


looks like your driver is not working correctly.
go add/remove programs uninstall the current driver and download the updated driver from the following location and then install the new driver.

http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

select product as motherboard
select series as lga 775 or socket 775
select model as your motherboard model
all the drivers will be available to download

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update the drivers via device manager and select the device with the yellow question mark,right click update,reboot and restart

if nothing then remove the device via add/remove programs
select device and remove,reboot and restart

should auto recognise and install the drivers for you,
dont forget to do SP2 updates
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if you can see volume icon in the status bar then your sound drivers are installed, if not then follow the following steps
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Restart Windows. Download the latest audio driver for your desktop boardfrom Download Center Double-click the filename to extract the files Go to the folder where the files have been extracted and browseto the HDAQFExpsp2us folder or the MSHDQFEWin2K_XPus folder. (The name of this folder depends on your desktop board model.) Double-click the file kb888111xpsp2.exe to installthe High Definition Audio Driver Package.
Restart Windows Install the audio driver.



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yes you can, try using the manufactures website.

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