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I recently lost all sound to my computer. When I turn on my computer the only noise I get is that weird noise from the speaker then it's all dead again. Please help.

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Go into the control panel on your system and re-install the sound drivers for your system, you may need to dl the drivers from online so that you have the most recent drivers.

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