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yes you do, depending on your manufacturer, for me it was dell so they had all the drivers on the site that i needed, you will have to re download all the drivers for it, unless you have the cd all the drivers should be on a few cds like, when i got my laptop from dell they provided copies of all the cds i needed in case i had to reinstall these included:
1.application and utilities disc
2. sound card disc
3.go to the website and get the ethernet card drivers from them unless you still have the cd from the card.
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and then once the sound driver is installed go to control panel and then click sound and audio and make sure all the devices are being used with the right sound card
First make sure the card (if a stand alone card ) is properly set in place (you'll have to open the computer and manually test it . Do this with the computer off!). If this is not the case or, you have the card built into the motherboard, you should re-install the drivers from your original installation CD. Otherwise you may need a friend or, atrip to a library/colleg etc, to download the proper drivers.
Most likely you need to install the driver for the NIC card. Go to Device Manger under System Properties and see if the Wireless NIC is showing a driver error. If so right click, select Update Driver and navigate the the file on the CD. Once the driver is installed if should function normally.