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No audio hi i need some help. I have a Linux OS. and my audio is not working. I called the tech support and the told me that i had to burn a cd and reinstall something like the audio in the os or the os all together well i burned the cd no wht do i do. I am lost help me please

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Read the no. and company on the sound card and then contact that company they will give u technical support

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http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Product_Filter.aspx?ProductID=2966&lang=eng

> Select the OS you are using right now.
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