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You really need to give more details.
1) Model Number of Your Computer.
2) Operating System (Windows XP or Windows Vista)
"No Sound" could be multiple things.
1) Are your speakers turned on?
2) Are your speakers plugged into the right port on your computer?
3) Is the speaker down by your clock there?
4) If it is, is there a red "x" on it meaning it's muted?
5) If the speaker isn't there, have you installed the drivers for your sound card?
If you get to step 5, and it still doesn't work, give the extra details requested and I can link you to where to get your drivers.
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Jan 04, 2015 | Computers & Internet
Right click on the speaker icon in the bottom taskbar select playback devices then sounds tab scroll through all device sounds select it then from the drop down list select none
this will vary depending on your operating system
Click "Control Panel."
Click the "Sound" icon.
Click the "Sounds" tab.
Click on the listing for the sound that currently plays when an action is performed on your keyboard.
This will select it. Click the drop down menu on screen and select "None." Click "Apply" to disable the keyboard sound in
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