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  1. I have a Dell desktop computer and whenever I run PCmatic I have to roll back the Realtek audio driver to get sound back. I just ran it on my Dell laptop and now have no sound on it, but I do not have the option of rolling back the driver. I'll spend several hours trying to resolve this, and will probably stop using PCmatic. This is beyond frustrating! It seems that this is a PCmatic problem. It would be nice if I could tell PCmatic to NOT update particular drivers. Is this possible?
  2. Hello hello techy geniusses... My PCs make is as follows: System Model:To be filled in by O.E.Mwindows 7 32 gigIntel Core i3-2100 CPU @ 3.10 GHz I used to have a fully functioning PC, but it crashed and since we rebooted the PC it is now working, but seems that my audio wont run no matter what I do I have tried updating the drivers...tried about 54 things..nothing.. Anyone that can help pls ?
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