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Answered 2006-08-25 04:29:37

You will have to be more specific as to what happened and what brand of computer you have. If you reinstalled windows, you will have to use the disk that came with your computer to install the sound card drivers. If you dont have a disk, go to the manufacturer's website and search for them.


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If the computer does not log you off automatically when it enters standby, then yes. Also, this could be a sign of a faulty sound card that needs to be replaced.

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