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Audio Device not working

I m using intel desktop Board 102GGC2, and am using windows XP servicepack2, audio drivers r installed properly but no sound from that, and i need the information for warrenty replacement

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  • sikander May 14, 2008

    i had instal the drivers but there no sound . it tell dat no sound card instaled

  • Anonymous May 30, 2008

    I have install REALTEK high defination audiodriver in my computer several times after i have seen that the sound is not coming from my computer .And the my sound and audio device inthe cotrol panel shows that there is no audio device is not currently installed in the system.

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If your motherboard warrenty is ........................if you go your vender to change it .other way to setup properly.......

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