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Why isn´t my computer able to produce audio output?

I would like to know why i can not configure sound and audio devices.

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Usually that happens because the audio driver software is not installed , or it is malfunctioning.

You need to identify audio card details, or if the computer is a branded one just make and model, then you download drivers from computer manufactrure website and install them.

If your computer is a brand one (eg HP Dell Acer etc.) just submit a new quetion on Fixya using the following link, and providing details on make and model:

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click start control panel sounds and audio devices select advanced there might be a tick in the mute box untick it
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  7. Step 7 Click on "Save" to save the file to a location in your computer or click on "Run" to download and install it simultaneously. This should finish your sound device installation.

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