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Drivers I had a problem with blue screens from a bug which got into the system and removed all software and cleaned the hard drive ...haver now re loaded and all works fine but the sound and I have none. I therefore need to down load a Mircosoft sound driver for my XP pro or from Matsonic MS 8147c mother board ...I have been looking on Google for two days but can-not find a direct link to the required driver. Are you able to offer any assistance Nigel.

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  • Bestman Apr 21, 2008

    Hi Kgjsm397, Thank you for your assistance, and very quick reply, problem was fixed in no time using the details you advised.

    Great service. I now have some sound will have to find an amp to increase the amount of the sound as about half of what it was before,,but great to have some sound again.....Thanks Bestman.UK. .

  • Anonymous Sep 30, 2008

    drth

  • levenecartem Oct 03, 2008

    нужен драйвер... нужен... нужен... очень нужен!

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Http://www.driverguide.com/ go to this link and register your name you can down load driver for free

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