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Well I didnt have disk space on my computer so i deleted many programs that i didnt kknow about. so know i dont have any volume on the computer. I went to the control panel and sound they said i dont have a audio device so i need help. I checked so many websites bu nothing worked. Please help me :)
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Howdy and welcome to GTG:

If you know the make and model of your computer, go to their website and search your system. They should have all the drivers you need.

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is it free
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Yes, your computer's manufacturer will provide all your drivers for free. :)

The trick is in finding them if you downgraded your OS from Vista to XP - not so hard if you have a Dell, but if you have an HP you may need help. :)

Check it out. If you can't find them, come back and post your computer's make and model and the operating system you're running.
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What website do i go to? is it dell.com?
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Don't know, is your computer a Dell?
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yea
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What exact model do you have. Look for a dell sticker somewhere on the body of your computer. It should have a Model Number and/or a Part Number.
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Dells will have a service tag. Enter that in the appropriate box and it will give you the drivers you need.

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when i try to download it it says i dont have enough disk space. i barely have anything on my computer something is wrong with the disk space.
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