sound problems.

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hello.
i format my computer and reinstall the win xp pro but it didn't install my sound card , now i checked and see that i don't have a sound card but it is a part of my motherbaord( which i dont know the model and type and don't have the original cd...) so i don't know what i need to do for activate the sound again....
please help me.....thanks in advance.
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If it's an OEM PC, you can easily find out what mobo you have. If not, open the box and look. Once you have that information, you can d/l the driver.
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o.k thanks.... u wrote that i can d/l the driver but from where? which website to use?
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You can also download a program that will allow you to figure out what hardware you have installed such as CPU-Z or Lavasys Everest

From there you can figure out what mobo you have and download the driver.
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Always start with the manufacturer's web site. If it's an Asus mobo, try their site first. If it's not their search google for "download Asus ____sound drive."
Fill in the name of the mother board or better yet, the name of the chip set. Of course, if it's not an Asus mobo, change the name.

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