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Check if the mute is off or volume low in the properties in control panel in sound settings, if not the drive for you sound card might be corrupted during the restoration of PC and you'll need to reinstall. the driver. Hope it helps

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restore your computer to a specific date.
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then hit next
then choose the date (the computer will restore itself to that date so choose the date on which ur sound works before.

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Install the Drivers that came with the Motherboard or the computer.

You can visit the website of the mother board manufacturer and download the required Audio drivers for the computer.

Please create a Restore point(to safely restore the computer back to default settings if it doesn't work) before installing those drivers.

Start / All Programs / Accessories / System Tools / System Restore - click radio button Create a restore point and follow instructions.

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Your computer automatically comes with audio software and you may have removed the software without knowing. If it was an accident then you need to go to(click on each):
Works for Windows 7,Vista,XP
1.Start Menu 2.Control Panel 3.System and Security 4.Backup and Restore 5.Recover system settings or your computer a. Here just restore your computer's memory to a time when the software was still installed. Just try to think of the time when you noticed the problem and restore the computer's memory prior to the time you noticed.
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I cant find an audio driver


If are having problems looking for an audio driver for your computer, what you can do is to restore back the old audio driver to make the computer audio work again. Refer to the steps below on how to restore back or rollback the the audio driver.

- click start > run type "devmgmt.msc" w/o qoutes
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- click it then select audio
- right click audio then left click properties
- click driver tab
- then select or click rollback driver then follow the on screen instructions


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Lost the audio system of my computer


hi,

to fix the audio issues please perform the below steps.

1. check the volume settings. this can be checked by clicking on the volume icon on the right side of the taskbar. it can alos be accessed through control panel by selecting sounds and audio devices option.

2. reinstall the audio drivers from device manager.
you can download and install a fresh copy from below link
sony vaio audio drivers

3. if you have started facing this issue recently restore the system to a backdate when the system was working fine.
Shut the computer down wait for 30 secs turn it back on
Tap on the F8 key few times then you will see windows advance option then select
safe mode using the arrow keys then proceed to the windows in safe mode. Once you are in windows run a system restore to a back date when it was working fine.
click Start click allprograms select accessories click system tools and then system restore, use the option restore my computer to an earlier time and you need to clik on the date which is bold in color i mean a back date then hit next to proceed.
wait till it restart and completes the system restore.

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Try to restore the previous settings of your computer. There's an option to restore that, open the start button, click programs, click accessories, click system tools and choose system restore. Choose the previous date to go back to the restore point.

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Audio


MAKE SYTEM RESTORE.

START>ALL PROGRAMS>ACCECORIES>SYSTEM TOOLS> SYSTEM RESTORE>RESTORE MY COMPUTER TO ERLIER TIME, (SELECT THE DATE THAT BEFORE YOUR AUDIO STOP WORKING)
IF YOU WANT DESCRIPTION WITH PICTURE VISIT HERE.

http://laptop-driver.blogspot.com/2008/09/system-restore.html

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Have you tried using the restore point? Go to start, control panel, performance and maintenance. on the upper left corner click System Restore. Choose the option restore my computer to an earlier time. Click next, Choose a date where you have remembered your computer has a sound. click next then OK. You can change restore point anytime. Else, reinstall your audio driver.

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Yes, you can do a system restore. If you have windows XP, here's how is done:
Press "start > programs > accessories > system tools > system restore.
Once you open the system restore windows, click on Restore my computer to an earlier time, click on next; now is when you need to know when the audio went missing and do the restore to around the time you found out that the audio was gone.
Good Luck.

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Have you tried restarting your computer? If that didn't work try deleting the program for your sound card and try reinstalling it. If that doesn't work try a system restore, now depending on your operating system the fallowing information my not be accurate. This is for Windows XP Home edition, Click on Start>help and support>system restore. Then it will ask you what date you want to restore it to, then pick a date, then click continue or next and it should restore your system to that date. Hope this helped=)

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