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No sound on Sony Vaio rs 720G after installing new hard drive

I have video but no sound
Had total crash and replaced Hard Drive
did I lose my sound when I did this? I am a novice.....

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Here is the link to the drivers http://esupport.sony.com/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=PCVRS720G&UpdateType=Updates
check em all out in your device manager (start-settings-control panel-system-hardware tab-device manager) look for things with yellow ! or ?'s next to them. You may need more drivers than you think.

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