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I am having some sound problems on my computer. Everytime I boot up, the New Hardware detector tries to install "Multimedia Controller" but cannot find the software. There is no icon associated with this (just a yellow question mark when I check the Device Manager) , nor does it appear to have a digital signature. The only way I can get sound on the computer is to uninstall the onboard sound card, uninstll this Media Controller and then reboot. Once I do that, the computer finds the onboard soundcard, installs it, and sound is there. However, one I restart yet again, the sound is gone again and the Multimedia Controller is back. Any ideas? I'm not an expert, so please dumb it down! Thanks!!

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