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Sounds like you didn't install the drivers. If you got XP from a restore disk , keep looking ... there may be a disk somewhere that will have your drivers for your particular computer handy.

If not, you will have to identify the manufacturer of your network card, and then attempt to download the driver for it from some other pc. Once you have it , and then install your driver , it should be a simple matter to locate the drivers for your sound card by going to the manufacturer's website for your pc and under the support section , looking for the audio drivers.

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