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Open the BIOS (press Del or whatever key on the keyboard activates the BIOS over and over as soon as you turn on the computer) look for the option to enable the onboard sound device in the menu the save and reboot (usually F10). Have Windows install the driver by going to Windows Update.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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