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If you know the manufacturer of the sound card/ chip on your system, you could try their website for compatible drivers. Also if your computer came with a setup cd you could have a look on there for some.
What seems to have happened is that your sound hardware hasn't been introduced to the system yet, so it can't be used, which is why it can't 'find' the hardware to install.
There's a handy little program I use to get motherboard information, called PC Wizard, which identifies a lot of different hardware types, and with that info, you're halfway there.
PCW will also tell you if there are any issues with your hardware too, so that's a bit of a bonus.
Anyway, hope that helps
Cheers from NZ
Posted on May 23, 2011
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