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Sound problem on windows 7


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I bought a old Mac Book . Model : a1181 . (2006 Mac book) .When I bought this , there was no Operating
System (OS), then I Setup Windows 7 on it like desktop/laptop . after Installing it , there is a problem
with sound. I can't hear anything while I play music,video,system sound . I tried to find the sound
drivers software on Internet . But I haven't any useful solution. Only got a software named "Boot Camp" .
Now I am Running only Windows 7 . I have not installed Mac OS Leopard or other OS. So I want to fix my sound
Problem, then what to do?
[I downloaded "Boot Camp_3.1.3_32-bit.exe" and tried to install it many time. But it shows a massage > "The upgrade
path cannot be installed by the windows Installer service because the program to be upgraded may be missing. ]

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It's such a waste to be putting just Windows on that poor MacBook (IMO) but what you need is BootCamp 4 and to make sure you're running a compatible version of Windows:
Boot Camp: System requirements for Microsoft Windows operating systems

External hard disk acquisition addict - but admitting the problem is the first step to a robust backup

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