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Reinstalled Windows 7 on Macbook (white) without Mac OS - sound and keyboard issues


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I've purposely reinstalled Windows 7 on my Macbook (white) and no longer have any Mac OS. I had to do this for work...

I now have sound issues. No sound is coming through the computer or headset jack. Note, the headset jack is red as well. Any idea why I can't get sound? I didn't have this problem running Windows/Leopard with Bootcamp.

The volume keys also don't seem to work properly anymore. Why is this happening?

Thanks in advance.
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Because your Mac's hardware is proprietary and requires the Apple drivers that you didn't install. The drivers are on your Leopard DVD.
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