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No audio output device is installed, says

I got windows vista ultimate installed and no sound...
what can i do??

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  • Anonymous Jan 15, 2009

    Hello there i have a emachines computer and the other day i was trying to listen to music and it said No audio output device is installed.. How and what do i do to fix this problem?? Thanks!

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Hello there i have a emachines computer and the other day i was trying to listen to music and it said No audio output device is installed.. How and what do i do to fix this problem?? Thanks!

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