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Have you got winzip?
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not sure what that is ?
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Download and install this, install with the add to context menu option

http://www.extractno...extractnowx.exe
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ive installed it and opened it nothings on it ?
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Download and save this file (audio drivers), you get a file which looks padlocked, right click it, click extract to named folder, double click the new folder then again, double click set up

http://www5.spread-i...7fdf79b06200219
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since i done it the last time and i went to dont remind me about this install by accident lol it wont let me install it now it come sup anumber with liek a red circle with an x in it a dont kow how to fix it to run it
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Click start, right click my computer, click properties, hardware, device manager, click the + next to sounds, video, can you see SiS 7012 there?
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nah thers no sis stuf under there
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Can you post what is there please
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it has
audio codecs
legacy and audio drivers
legacy video captures device
media control devices
standard game port
USB audio devices
video codecs
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Click start, control panel, switch to classic view, click add hardware, put the dot in I have already connected the device, click next, look for SiS Audio there
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it doesnt have sis audio
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Same place, scroll right down to the end of the list, click add a new hardware device, click next, try it with the dot in search for the hardware and install automatically, click next
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rite av dun that what do i do next
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Did it say it had installed anything?

Does it say SiS 7012 in device manager, sounds and video
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