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toshiba satellite pro c650-d5010 win xp audio driver

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                I purchased new toshiba satellite pro c650-d5010 non os type laptop. I installed win xp OS on it, everything working fine but sound driver cannot install. So the sound not works. Give me solution thanks in advance.
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weird I cant find your driver on the offical toshiba website. Are you possitive you have the model correct?
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