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Karen T

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I'm new to this, so please be patient....I lost all my memory/hard drive, (windows xp). I couldn't use the restore feature, so I had someone re-program for me. The problem is that I have no sound system. I tried the roller drive back method, but this didn't work--probably because there is no driver. Anyway I need some very"detailed" suggestions to fix this problem. My computer didn't come with cd's so re-installing is out of the question. And because everything was lost I can't use the system resore feature for this either. Oh--and the code 28 thing is the thing that comes up. Hope someone out there can make sense of this. (need help before 2 teenagers kill me...they apparently need thier sound!!!) Thanks... :tazz: [email protected]
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Murray S.

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Howdy and welcome to G2G:

Download and install EVEREST

Once installed, run it and post the log here.. Once we figure out what soundcard you have, getting the drivers shouldn't be that hard !! :tazz:

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