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No audio output device is installed

Whenever I try to play a CD on my system the video appears but the sound is not heard. The troubleshoooter tells that no audio output software is installed on this systam. So I would like to know that how to solve this problem ?

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    when ever i try to play audio files an error appears (unable to play back no sound device detacted on your system. the movie will play but you will not hear any sound.) but i have installed audio driver several times. i am using ms vista service pack 3.

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Dear prakharsriva,
It shows that your audio driver is not installed. install the audio driver from the cd that is given with your motherboard that is compatiblw with your OS.

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