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Click on Start, settings, control panel, system icon, hardware tab and then click device mgr.
Do you have any yellow marks next to any of the sound devices? If so, right click on it or them and choose uninstall and say OK.
Close all windows and restart your computer
On startup, windows should find your sound device and install drivers for it. Check sound when back in windows.
Hope this works. Post back
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