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help me i have no sound

i re loaded windows xp and now i have no sound the Sndvol32.exe or sound control is not working what do i do to fix it ?

kidblaze83@yahoo.com

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Kid, Have You Reloaded The Sound Drivers ???

When you reinstall Windows XP, it frequently does not retain all hardware drivers. It's your responsibility to reload them. If you have a "Resources CD" that came with your CD, you can normally install them from there. If you have a brand name computer, try going to the manufacturer's website and checking for updated sound drivers for your particular sound card and model. If that's not available, then visit the sound card manufacturer's site and download and install from there.

Determine you sound card manufacturer by RIGHT clicking on "My Computer", choose "Properties", choose the "Hardware" tab, choose the "Device Manager" button, then click on the + sign beside the "Sound, Video, and Game Controllers" listing. Find the sound card listing, RIGHT click on it, choose "Properties", then check the "Driver" tab.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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still no sound need more help

that didnt work even the auto connect didnt work i have a realtek audio driver but i dont know what to do?

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Kid, RealTek Is Normally...

...an "onboard" sound card. You say that it "didn't work". What didn't work? Did you get the new driver installed? Where did you get it from? Please tell us the exact version of the Realtek driver by opening Device Manager, clicking on the + sign next to the "Sound, Video, and Game Controllers" listing, then RIGHT click on the sound card listed and choose "Properties", then click on the "Driver" tab and list the "Driver Provider", "Driver Date" and "Driver Version". Do you have "Realtek AC'97 Audio"?

"Auto Connect"?

Have you done a search for the "Sndvol32.exe" file and is it on the computer?

Hope this helps and let us know more.

Grif

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