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Billy Bob Johnson

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I hate computers. Re formatted everything after getting a new motherboard becasue of problem after problem. Now I have no sound. How do I get some! It worked perfectly fine before formatting, so it's not like I can't get any. How do I go about this? I don't know what motherboard or sound card I have because the bloke in the shop has updated it, not me.
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You need a programme called Everest Home, install and run it, click + next to computer then summary, look at mulimedia, audio adapter

http://www.lavalys.c...cts.php?lang=en

You can get it from the link
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Right, I press on MultiMedia, Windows Audio is empty, PCI/PnP Audio has VIA AC'97 Enhanced Audio Controller.
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Try here

http://www.viaarena....ID=1&CatID=1010
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Right, I have found what I think is the right one, but when I go to intall it it says it has not passed Windows Logo testing to verify it's compatability with Windows XP and continuing may impair my system. Do I go through with it?
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To be absolutely safe, ask the shop what they installed originally
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