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 michaeld70
Joined: 5/6/2009
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Yes, go to the HP site and get the drivers, it may auto detect what you need, otherwise there may be an all in one driver that you can get, this is your mobo, modem/lan, video and sound. I've always built my own PCs so am unfamiliar with the HP site, just ensure that you get all the drivers, chances are the sound and video are onboard and not separate cards.
 NurbyDriver
Joined: 7/30/2007
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Sound Driver problem
Posted: 6/14/2009 12:35:04 PM
If none of that works try the generic AC'97 sound drivers. Most built in sound is AC'97.

Personally I've always preferred a separate sound card, at least on the gamer, all my linux machines I just use the onboard sound.
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