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No audio device

After installing windows xp service pack 2. i have no audio device.

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Reinstall audio driver.. from *********** board companion CD..
That should do the trick

Posted on Apr 22, 2008

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Most users of Windows XP are using Windows XP service pack 2.
You can upgrade Windows XP service pack 2 by installing plain service pack 3.
This will upgrade and improve functionality to your current installation to Windows XP.
There are alot of versions of Windows XP Service pack 3 but i recommend downloading an official version from Microsoft's downloads center through the link below.

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Otherwise use the Repair window method and then reinstall the original drivers.

Let me know the issue after this.

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later on uninstall all sound card drivers in the device manager and reboot the machine then it should detect u r sound card then install drivers and plz unplug the cables behind sound card after u install sound card drivers u plug the speaker cable to green colour wave out of the sound card

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