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Hey i have just re formated my asus m2400n to windows xp i have downloaded a sound driver its ADI1988A_32bit_510014570 but it keeps telling me that the hda audio bus driver is needed and i dont know where to get it?? can any one help me??

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Download the latest driver from ur brand official site and update it & use reg in out it will solve ur problem

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