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okiinu

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I had a Microsoft MPU Audio Driver (WDM) running on Windows XP. I accidentally deleted the entire drive. If it was the original audio component in the computer, can I download it for free? If so, How do I do that; locate it?
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Howdy and welcome to G2G:

You can either get it from the systemboard driver cd that should have come with your system or;

go to the manufacturers website and download it from there..

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Download Aida32 for this link :
http://www.majorgeek...ation_d181.html

Run it & check out the motherboard sections, you should be able to find the motherboard make & model number. Assuming you have an integrated sound card as opposed to a PCI addon card, then go to the motherboard manufacturers website-> download section, locate your model & download the audio drivers.
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