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Check your Volume and make sure you do not have it on mute. If you installed the drivers then the volume must be muted. Right Click on the megaphone at the bottom right near the time and open the volume controls. Make sure there is nothing muted.
You can also get to the sound and audio volume controls by clicking Start/Control Panel and look for Audio or Sound.
Look on you system at the keyboard and you will find a key that toggles the mute if he pressed it. It will toggle between on and off. Normally the mute key or button will look like a megaphone and if it is muted it will have an x over it. Press it to unmute it. Sometimes if it is a key, you might have to press the FN, CTRL or ALT key while you press and hold the key that toggles the mute.
Another way to remove the mute is to Double Click on the megaphone if you see it at the bottom right near the time. This will bring up the volume control and you just remove the check mark from any that is muted.
Also you can click Start/Control Panel look for volume controls that might be muted and remove the check mark on mute.
Also click Start/Programs/Accessories/Entertainment/Volume Control and remove the check mark on muted items.
Check the volume control of your pc if the volume was set to mute. Click start, all programs, accessories,entertainment and click volume control. Check the pc speaker and master volume it must not be muted. If it muted un-check it. If its not muted then your problem is the audio driver. You have to reinstall the audio driver of *********** board. Send me the model of laptop so I could send you the appropriate sound driver. Just send it by posting fallow up comment for this problem. Thank you.
Check the volume control if mute is activated like this
1.Double click this icon to pop-up the volume then uncheck to deactivate mute.
2.Click Start ----Programs ----- Accessories ---- Entertainment then click Volume control. Uncheck the checkbox if mute
Re-install the sound driver and check it to BIOS settings if activated.
Hopefully this helps. Right click on your volume control icon. Open the "Volume Mixer," and make sure that nothing has the mute X on. Then right click on "Volume Control," and make sure that the volume control is checked to play all sounds, and that your Speaker box is checked. Next step is your music, if the sound was muted directly @ the music playback, this could be the problem. Open your Media Player and try to play music, if you cannot hear it, click on the mute button to the song playing. If your Player was shut off in the "mute" mode, then you will not hear sound. It Happened to me once. You will need to check all of your "Players" to see if any of them were shut off in "mute."
Have you tried going into the speaker settings? We'll assume with a new PC you have Vista installed, click the speaker icon on the right side of the tray, and selecting "Mixer" will enable access to volume control for the output devices and for applications.
If no speaker icon is visible To check the volume controls in Windows Vista, click Start and then click Control Panel. Choose Hardware And Sound and then click Adjust System Volume under the Sound section. The Volume Mixer window will open, and you should see volume sliders for Device and Applications. Click and drag the sliders to view the volume level percentages. If the speaker icons show a circle with a red slash, click the icon so the speakers are no longer muted.
Furthermore, you’ll want to double-check all of your master
volume and mute settings.