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No sound i am not getting any sound when i install the driver for my GA-7n400 board. i think i have the right driver. how can i tell if it is the right driver and how can i solve this problem?

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    no sound divice in my toshiba l70

  • Anonymous Aug 29, 2008

    device manager

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J'ai acheté mon pc avec le système d'exploitation vista installé. après avoir désinstallé vista je n'ai plus de son lorsque je lis mes fichiers audio et vidéo.

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