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first u cheak the speaker connection on ur mother board.after u cheak the volume options I think u select the mute option cheak box.remove the rightmark on cheak box,Or disble the soubd option in BIOS settings.First ucheak the total options after reinstall the sound drivers.
You'll need to find out what is the chipset on your motherboard. You can always go to the manufacturer's web site and download the drivers. If the sound chip comes from another manufacturer you can go to it's web site and download the driver. But you have to know the sound chip name. Unfortunately motherboard manufacturers don't always use the same sound, video or other peripheral devices. If you're brave, look at your motherboard and try to locate the sound chip. Then go to the website and get the specific driver. If that doesn't work, then you might try a program that will identify your chipsets. www.belarc.com has one.