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Please Help ME My Sound is broken on my PC!


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kimet

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So I was attempting to "clean" up my pc and uninstall some programs that other ppl might have downloaded on my pc. I mistakenly deleted/uninstalled a program that i believe had something to do with my audio devices. I keep getting an error message when i turn on the computer it says something about my audio device on high definition audio bus and there is this yellow question mark next to it. Then when i try to install the hardware it asks for the software i dont have any software for this PC and am not able to get it. When I select the audio bus thingy it then says that the drivers for the device are not installed (code 28). This is the only problem that I am having with my PC and Its causing me to miss out on a lot of things I would like to hear, but cant!!!! I am not as technologically illiterate as I may seem...so please can someone walk me through how to fix this problem!?
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Use System Restore to restore your computer's system files to an earlier point in time. (It's a way to undo system changes to your computer without affecting your personal files).


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Use System Restore to restore your computer's system files to an earlier point in time. (It's a way to undo system changes to your computer without affecting your personal files).



OK thank you so I used system restore already and the PC is not allowing me to restore to any date before I deleted the driver!!!
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What kind of computer? Make and model#.
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