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I need the some more info to help you:
- The model of your motherboard
- The model of your sound card
You can try download (knowing the model) here:
Select Product Category -> "Add on Cards"
Select Product Series -> "Sound Card Series"
Finally Choose your model...
opk where did you buy your pc from? from a friend, a store so on... if your pc is new then i would say it is nothing serious you have probably just got the headphones or speakers in the wrong socket. check the back of your pc there will be a number or round coloured holes. each hole has a different purpose. green is speakers pink is microphone and the other colours are for better sound systems. check to make sure that your speakers are turned on and the speacker 3.5mm jack goes into the green round socket at the back of your pc. if that doesnt solve it contact me and i will help you furthur
I have to know some information about your computer before I can find the sound driver. Please tell me what mother board you have. Is the sound on-board or is there a separate sound card?
I can help you find this information if you do not know. Come back to me with the answers.