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Since Windows is giving the "recover" error, it is most likely a software issue. Open a "run" dialog box from the start menu and type in the following "eventvwr.msc /s" (without the quotes). This will open the event viewer. What you want to look for in here are errors in the logs that are created in the Application and System logs. Warnings are not important at this time, but the errors will help to locate the offending code. It could be a corrupted driver or a litany of other things. Let me know what you find. Feel free to explore the options in the event viewer as well as clicking on any links that are in the desription of the problems as these will take you to possible solutions from Microsoft.
Are you sure there is no onbaord sound it should look like microphone or headphone socket holes. If it does then you are needing the correct driver. Open the tower and check what motherboard you ahve then post again for the correct driver.
If there is no sound onboard then it is very simple to install a pci soundcard anf they are very cheap. I certainly wouldn't go buying a new tower for just sound. Google on installing a pci card and you will see how easy it actually is or ask a young friend they know heaps about computers.
Strange indeed. Typically the only power left in a system after it is unplugged in older systems is a small battery that keeps the BIOS information. Maybe your system has it set up to warn you through the tiny system speaker that this battery is dead. If it is then the system can't start up...just as you reported.
Any other information would be helpful in diagnosing this problem.