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no sound, where is the mother board number on my computer

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Hi there,
I am having the same problem as alot of people it seems. I have no sound on my computer once it was wiped and xp reloaded on it. I have that yellow question mark next to multimedia audio driver, and if I click on audio it says no audio device.
I have tried to find the driver using my machine make and model number with no luck. I read that I should find out my mother board chip number but can not find it. I have looked inside and out, could any one help me. Maybe I am looking in the wrong place.
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Hi and welcome to geeks to go.

First, what type of computer is it? What is the manufacturer? such as Dell, HP, gateway, home built?
If Dell, we can get all the info from their site.

Download and install belarc advisor (from my signature). It will tell you the board manufacturer and model.
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