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You may want to check the output devices. Either the speakers or the audio plug are broken.
There's also the possibility that you might have got the wrong audio card... This device should match exactly the specifications of the motherboard, which makes it an almost irreplaceable computer part.
This error code is usually generated by a Dell Computer. I suggest that you perform an extended test by pressing the F12 Key at the startup of the Computer. Furthermore, you may go to the Device Manager and check the status of the audio devices which are listed under the "sound, video, and game controllers" category.
I suggest that you try uninstalling and reinstalling the Audio devices from the device manager.
In order to uninstall the audio devices from the Device Manager, please right click on the device and then click Uninstall. It's required to restart the Computer after uninstalling a device. Once the Computer is restarted, reinstall the appropriate Audio driver. You can download the audio driver from the support site of your Computer manufacturer.
if it is a laptop you can get the drivers from the manufacturer's website easy. If it is a home made desktop you can download a driver identification tool or simply open your computer and read the model number off the motherboard. Some computers display this model when you first turn it on. In either case the components or motherboard driver manufacture has the download available on their support site.
First check if a windows machine by going to start/control panel/sound and audio devices and see if a sound card is listed. Check the setting under hardware and audio. You need two essentials to play audio files. You need a sound card and the software to play audio files. Most desktop computers come with some type of sound card but you can buy one from a local "Best Buys", "Walmart" online or computer store. They are relatively inexpensive and can be installed as a DIY in an open PCI slot inside the back of your machine or take it to a computer store. Windows Media Player comes with Windows and Apple's Quick time with Macs so that should take care of the player end of things. Hope this helps out. Give me some feedback if it does. Thanks
if its says that "no audio d3evice found " then your laptop's audio drivers are missing
try driver disk
and reinstall audio drivers(sound card driver)
and this will re install your audio driver and your laptop can recognise sound card