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No sound on my computer

My computer has no sound,and it appears on screen no sound device,need to install but i don't have the cd sound device installer. I have had my computer for a yr. Now its saying I have no sound device installed. How do I fix this without spending loads of money?

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  • fred_bagares Jan 23, 2009

    help

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2009

    I have no sounds device...it says i need a mixers device...what will i do...



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You could try a number of things:

1. try to go into control panel and look for your sound device under hardware, make sure it's "enabled", and try to update the drivers for your sound card.
2. go to control panel, click on sound speech and audio devices, then click on adjust system volume, and then check the box that says place volume icon in the taskbar
3. If neither work try using the system restore feature and restore your computer back to a date where u know that the sound icon was still showing in the taskbar.

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