Question about Computers & Internet
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You need to find the model number or type of your pc or the motherboard if it isn;t a brand name. Then go to that companies support web page. Find your model under the support pages. Then download the motherboards drivers (actually INF files) and your sound card drivers. Install the inf first, reboot if it says so (good idea anyway) and then run your sound drivers and you will have sound.
XP can install quite a few drivers but the ones it has trouble getting working is always the sound. Usually it gets the video working but usually the oem drivers will give better performance or more settings. All the drivers you need will be available for download from the manufacturers website.
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