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Make sure all connections are good and that they are in the right ports. green is speakers, pink is microphone, and blue is line out. Try uninstalling and reinstalling the driver, and download the latest version from the manufacturer's website. If the sound icon in the bottom right on the taskbar shows a speaker with an x through it, try going into device manager-sound and check to make sure your computer recognizes the card itself.
make sure your volume control is not set to mute. click start,all programs, acesories,entertainment,volume control,change the volume control settings to your taste. If you dont have an audio driver installed.Install one.You can download from this site below. http://drivers.softpedia.com/essentials/SOUND-CARD.shtml