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I suggest you to download software called Driver Robot (freeware)
When you install it, open and click scan. When it finished click report to a file, save that file and open it. Click get drivers, find audio driver, download and install it. Restart your computer.
I hope I was helpfull.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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