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I suppose you meant after installing Windows XP.
Look in the CDs that came with your Computer and find a software related to your sound card or in case it is integrated in your mainboard look in your motherboard CD for the audio drivers(for xp), that's the way the software you deleted is called.
Otherwise you can go to the sound device manufacturer website
or motherboard manufacturer website and look for drivers, try to download the newest version (for XP of course), intall it and SAVE it in a cd.
I hope this can help you.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
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