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In deleting programs and files from my PC to free up space on my hard drive, I somehow accidentally deleted my sound device. My PC has no sound. Help!

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Hello,

In the first boot Press" F8" to select the boot option,. select to restore the setting or last known confuration and continue.

if this not solve the problem you need to reinstall the device driver. If you have CD/DVD utilities insert it and then install the audio driver.

YOu can also click run and then type: devmgmt.msc and then hit enter you be bringing to device management. find any yellow question mark and then right and update driver, if you have cd direct it to the cd or in the net if your connected to the net.

may this help,
melnavz

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You will need to uninstall the sound device first in the add remove programs console under device settings then rebooting may fix it - if not reinstall drivers and the software that go to the device. You may need to visit the online site to download the drivers. Unless you have a drivers CD that came with the PC -- that will work best.

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