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HD AUDIO IS MISSING IN MY COMPUTER

I HAVE NO SOUND AT ALL ,NO DRIVER CD, NO PLAYBACK IN WINDOW MEDIA PLAYER, HOW CA I SOLVE THIS PROBLEM MY COMPUTER IS





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  • Anonymous Aug 08, 2008

    i dont know what type of sound driver would be suitable for my computer . There is no sound at all . i want to fix it now danm ****.

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    Rineesh Raj May 11, 2010

    I am lovely to help u but i need some details abt ur mother brd.u have not specified which model has been using.if so u follow this wat all things i says ,find out the model & brand nime of mothr board and stright to go with google serch ,u can find ur suitable driver there

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Search This File "Sound.Exe" Open That If Nothing Happend, Your Pc Infected By A Bad Ware,Delete "Sound.exe" And Try Your Sound Driver Again.I Think It Be Afect On Asus .

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