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Some file which needed for the operating of that driver might have got corrupted or is not valid ...
once you try uninstalling and reinstalling the driver this will solve your problem ...
if you already did that & still persist the same problem then there may be some file missing in operating system . this might have happened due to some virus attack or while removal of some virus the file which is needed for the operation of that device might have got deleted accidentally ..
so just reinstall the operating system and then try installing the sound driver this will solve your problem ...
if you still persist the same problem then download the driver from net and install this solves your problem (there may be some problem in the driver which you are trying to install may be some file is missing)
so just following these steps your problem will be solved ...
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