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I have recently been unable to hear any volume at all from my laptop. I hear sound only through headphones. Is there any one who have any idea what's wrong with it

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MAY BE YOUR MASTER VOLUME IS CLOSED...
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harsh
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plz check whether ur volume is set to zero or mute..
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