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If you have a problem with your windows xp sound driver try to take a look at your Windows XP sound device driver. Drivers are packs of instructions and libraries for Windows to know how to interface and use a piece of hardware.you can try out Device Doctor or Driver Max will perform a free scan to let you know what drivers might be out of date.

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SOURCE: i have no sound and no driver

You need to update or reinstall the driver for the sound card.Your computer manufacturer support and drivers will have your driver for the sound card if its OEM with your computer. Just enter your computer modal number operating system find the right driver and install as instructed. If you have a problem let me know make and modal of computer and sound card if not OEM. and I will try to find the driver. Please rate me mysleuth

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