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Moiral

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Hi guys, I hope you can help ! I've recently formatted my PC, resintalled XPHome, and added a 2nd HD. Sinse this, my PC freezes every now and again (sinse I formatted etc, which was around 3 days ago, it has frozen 3 times). I am also unable to launch the Task Manager when pressing the appropriate keys on the keyabord, also, no sound is coming from my PC, even though the volumes are set to how they should be. Any help on how to solve these would be greatly appreciated. :blink:

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Did you install drivers for the soundcard and video adapter
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I'm not sure, probably not. My cousin did this for me. My PC is around 6 years old now, so I don't have any driver discs that came with it.
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Download and install Everest Home Edition

Run the programme, click + next to computer then summary

Look on right for display / video adapter

then multimedia / audio adapter

Look at the manufacturer’s site for the suitable drivers for your Operating System


If you are unable to find them, please post the make and model here before you download anything

Please set a system restore point before you install anything
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