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Kristilyn, You will need to download and reinstall the sound drivers into the system or use the Dell Drivers disk that was shipped with your computer to install. You can download the driver from the link below. Dell Optiplex GX520 Audio Driver http://dell.to/17lTTIk
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After reinstalling your xp, the next thing to do is install the drivers of your motherboard. the drivers include lan card and sound card drivers. The lan card needs to work so you can explore the internet.. while the sound card needs to work so there will be sounds on your speaker.
If you don't have the drivers,, I can help you get one just tell me the model of your motherboard. and or sound card and lan card..
Hope this help. Much appreciated if you could rate this help. thanks
Go to the Axis web site and search your system and look for Drivers and Downloads. If that wont work... under your PC Specs it should tell you the Sound Card Manufacture... run a search for that driver on Google. XP has issues with PnP on Sound Cards...
you probably just need to install the sound drivers,go to device manager in the control panel then click on sound controllers this will tell you if the driver is installed,if not then simply take note of the device and dl via the net