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Hello all,

I recently reinstalled Windows XP and I'm having a sound problem, In device manager my sound device has a yellow question mark beside it with "Audio Device on High Definition Audio Bus"

I have a Packard Bell PC but i recently changed the motherboard to this (http://www.asus.com/...vTrhQ6JvyI0MitJ). I don't know which drivers i need or if i'm doing something wrong. I have SP3 installed.

Thank you.

Edited by ACF1711, 06 August 2010 - 11:12 AM.

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Hi ACF1711! Welcome to G2G!

On that link you supplied, click on the DOWNLOAD tab below the picture. Choose your Operating System (XP), and then click the '+' plus symbol next to Audio and download the top one listed (Version ). Once it is downloaded, run it, and it should install your sound card drivers.
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