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No sound on PC

Before my son returned to University , he cleared a lot of " stuff " from our Pc because the memory was full .
Unfortunately , it included the sound !
ried to find and reinstall , but failed - help please

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Your son probably deleted the drivers for your speakers. try search on the internet for the speakers you have and see if you can download them. If this does not work let me know. There are other thing we can try.

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