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Try looking for new hardware in configuration, maybe windows will find the right drivers. Otherwize try (free) driverbooster from IObit; I like this program a lot.
If this doesn't help I think your computer was originally a XP machine and there are no new drivers for your soundcard. Then you can buy an usb soundcard as a last resort.
Try this one Go to your desktop and right-click on "my computer" icon and go to its properties Here, go to "hardware" and the "device manager"
In the device manager, you are going to notice a list of components that are connected to your computer. Notice any yellow question mark or exclamation mark (especially on the sound component) Then right-click on it and select "scan hardware changes" NOTE: If you do not find "scan for hardware changes" check it on the to panel. After that, right click again on the sound component and select "update" and this will will let your computer search for appropriate sound drivers that might have been lost.
If all this fails, then you should put the Operating System Cd in the drive and repair your system from the CD. If you try to repair with Windows 7, it has all the drivers you need i.e. Network, sound, Graphics etc.