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When i start computer a option appear on the screen audio device on high defination audio bus but i have alredy installed m- Audio sound card & its Driver Also. Please solve my Problem.

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First tell me is your audio is working or not? For some high definition audio drivers it also require universal audio architecture. I think your audio chipset is also related to thats.

check in device manager in sound section. for go to device manager open run and type "devmgmt.msc" and check. If any device is there with yellow mark means that driver is not loaded properly not only in sound section check all devices because if the driver is not recognized as sound device then it show as unknown device.
tell me which motherboard you are using.based on that i can help u.

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