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Why Cant My Computer Detect A Sound Card, I Already Installed A Sound Card Driver And DXDiag Said That: No sound card was found. If one is expected, you should install a sound driver provided by the hardware manufacturer.

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Your sound card may be damaged or loose. try taking off the case cover and taking a look.

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you must use the driver soundcard for winxp..

if u use the driver for win98,the hardware cannot work properly..

u can found the driver at.www.driverguide.com

happy trying..

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