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No audio volumn

When turning on laptop boots up with no volumn,have been into control panel then into sounds and devices and volumn section is greyed out and set to zero.

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  • Lee Laws May 11, 2010

    Hi andrew,



    Does your sound hardware show up in the device manager? If so you might want to reinstall the drivers

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