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Have good picture but no sound

On the preview picture the mouth is speaking but am receiving no sound.

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Hi
you seem to have lost your sound drivers, do you know the manufacture of your computer? go to their web site and look for "support/drivers and software downloads" click on it and select the appropriate operating system. every driver need by that machine for any other use would be displayed for download.
if you don't know the manufacture of your machine the go to start and click run type"dxdiag" and every information about the machine would be displayed.
thanks

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