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I accidently deleted my sound devices i have an ibm think pad lab top with microsoft windows xp and i think the name of the sound device was sound max but im not sure how to get it back for free or how to restore what i deleted

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  • Anonymous Nov 10, 2007

    i accidently deleted sound system and i don't know were to download it. i tried downloading it but i dont i simply can't

  • Anonymous Mar 03, 2008

    I accidently delated my sound max devices. Cound you please help me to get it back soon. Thank You

  • mixedredchic Aug 07, 2008

    I accidently deleted my sound devices. I think my sound device was directx 7.0. I need help

  • Anonymous Sep 05, 2008

    i accidentally deleted my sound drivers and i cant listen to music

  • raulmerida Sep 07, 2008

    i delete my driver sound of dimension 8250 dell what make this case.

  • Anonymous Oct 11, 2008

    i deleted my sound card device and now i cant listen to music and iv tryed downloading something but it doesnt seem to work

  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2008

    I did the same thing except I have vista. I ha no idea what "SigmaTel" was and i was trying to clean up my computer



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Go to start>all programmes>accesories>sytem tools>system restore and choose a date in bold, not greyed out; before the day you uninstalled the driver

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Where do u go to redownload sound device for directx?

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Download the software for that soud devices and re-install it in your computer. I'm sure you can fixe that problem.

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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