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David R.

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When I downgraded for Windows 7 operating system to Windows XP Service Pack 3, I suddenly wasn't able to hear sound. I was trying to find out what is my sound card manufactur but I was not able to do that. When I ran DxDiag and checked the sound tab, it said that there is no sound driver. After that, I thought that maybe the sound card is built in the motherboard so I downloaded a program from Lavalys and looked for my motherboard. The name of the motherboard wasn't detected and same happened when I was trying to find out the chipset. Both were unknown. Now I really don't know what to do. Any kind of help would be highly appriciated.
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What is your computer make and model please?
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It is a PC. I'm not sure but I think that this computer is a MSG Infinity n3300s one.

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Edited by David R., 28 January 2011 - 03:42 PM.

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I have solved this problem. I've found my CDs where all the needed drivers were on.
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