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No sound on my dell optiplex 220

I just reinstall win xp prof in my desktop and i have no sound

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    ihave no sound on my computer dell

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My guess is that the driver was somehow uninstalled. If you have a CD for you sound card or one that came with your computer, try reinstalling the driver off that. Otherwise you can Google search it. There are a ton of websites out there that can help you find and download the right driver. (Check the Sponsored ads first.) Hope this helps!

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