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hi
i have reinstalled my windows xp, because my old one is corrupted and the cd for installation was not the original one for my computer,however most of the program works but the sound system does not, and the missing device is called realtek AC97 audio. i don't if it could be reinstalled by donwloading some device from the internet?
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Howdy:

What is the make and model of your system?

Did this system originally come with XP or did you upgrade?

What are you using for an XP cd and key code?

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well I just solve the problem by installing a audio hardware that I downloaded , but now the question is that i don't think my windows is activated, and my ATI RADEON xpress 200m graphic adapter is missing.
thanks though for your notice

Edited by seekhelp, 07 October 2007 - 05:24 PM.

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You never answered anything I requested.

As for your driver, it should be on the driver cd you got with the vid card or at the ATI website.

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