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Modem I reformatted my computer, I reinstalled windows XP, but my sound and modem will not work.

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Your modem will need its own driver as well as your sound, which is not built into windows, but its only got an intel chip on the modem, so click below for the driver for your modem, but you will need to find out your audio make as to where to get the driver. http://developer.intel.com/design/modems/support/drivers.htm

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