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Actually there is no sound in my computer i think my audio software has uninstalled recarding the same before some time i asked they replied that do you still have the OS software that came with the computer? and i dont have os software so what should i do?

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You probably have lost your sound driver.

What is you make and model of your Desktop? Plus is it Vista or XP?

Another thing I find out what a lot of people do (not saying you are in the category), is that they forget the system is on mute or the sound is very low or the speakers are turned off.

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Start>Hover on All Programs>printer software>Uninstall.

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Shut the computer down normally. (Start>Turn Off Computer>Shut Down)
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