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Use restore point. Go to start, Control Panel, Perforamance and Maintenance. On the upper left corner, Click System Restore. Choose the option Restore my computer to an earlier time then click Next. A calendar will be shown. Choose a date where you knew the last time your sound works. Click Next then OK.
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