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Replacing the missing files will be best, but see how it goes with the rest
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Hi again,

err, I did some of the things that the system advisor said but there's still no sound with flash, clicks, welcoming and shutting sounds and the volume icon is still not present.
Is it because of the XP CD?


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That's likely now

See if you can borrow one
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Hi yah.
It's been a long time.
and tough luch for me. I haven't found an XP Cd yet.

Is restoring my PC be a good idea?
Will it fix the sound and my other problems?

Thanks in advance!
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I have the same problem. I have found a solution, but you have to do it every time you start the computer.

Open control panel
click add hardware
click next
click yes
click next
click "add a new hardware device" (at the bottom of the list)
click next
click "install the hardware that I manually select from a list"
click next
click show all devices
click next
click standard system devices (on the left), then Audio Codecs (on the right)
Click next
Click next again.
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Hi yah.
I really appreciate your tip but it didn't worked.
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It's been a long time..
Is restoring my PC a good idea?
That's the last choice that I know available.
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