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Sound card problem!

Hello.
I have a new computer and I instaled win vista.
I cant hear from the loudspeaker nothing.
on the loudspeaker icon on the toolbar it write iwts all ok.

I dont know what to do , and i dont know which driver to download because I dont know which sound card I have.

If you can help me...

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Hello.
I have a new computer and I instaled win xp.
I cant hear from the loudspeaker nothing.
on the loudspeaker icon on the toolbar it write iwts all ok.

I dont know what to do , and i dont know which driver to download because I dont know which sound card I have.

If you can help me...

Posted on May 15, 2008

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