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System speaker,PC speakers,Phones dont emit sounds

Please help, my PC speaker & phones settings are inactive & therefore i cant here any sounds adn dont know how to actvate them. How do i make my seakers function. I use a VIA AC'97 AUDIO CONTROLLER, P4MM2 motherbord. Please HElp!!

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