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No sound in my pc

Hi..
when the system boots, it shows error msg "No SPD found on DIMM 2"
there r no start up, log out, error sounds etc..
In the control panel/sound and audio properties window, the volume slider etc. are disabled.
i tried updating the driver using motherboard cd, but the "Realtek software install option" which was visible previously, is now not available.

how can i fix this?
please help me

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    thank you,
    i tried doing all these things, didn't work


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Open up your control panel then click system then go to the device manager. in device manager you can notice a yellow question mark, right click on that device then update the driver with that mother board cd in your cd rom then just follow the instuctions as shown in your screen

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