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cory49

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I did a 'new installation' of Windows XP. Afterwards, everything was working, however, I have no sound.

I bought the computer from a friend and I do not have disks to install the programs, nor does he. Does anyone know where I can download a program, so I can get sound back. I have SoundBlaster Live! but it does not work on the computer. Any ideas?

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The problem is that the 'Multimedia Audio Controller'. I do not know who makes the audio card either...
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I found out the sound card on there is a "C-Media CM18738 Audio Chip"

Where can I download the drivers for XP???

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I found out the sound card on there is a "C-Media CM18738 Audio Chip"

Where can I download the drivers for XP???

Cory


Howdy:

Go to the computer manufacturers website, search your system and download the drivers from there!!

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