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I would open Device Manager and delete the current device and then restart the PC. When it starts and detects the new hardware, cancel the installation. Run the setup file that was downloaded. When the installation has completed, restart the PC again and test the sound.
BrendanG21, I had the same problem this morning. My sound actually quit in the middle of listening to music. Simply restart your computer (it may take a couple tries). If it's saying you have no audio device installed, but everything looks normal when you go into device manager, it's probably the same problem and this should work.
Running Windows XP Dell B130 laptop Sound devices listed under my device manager: Audio Codecs Legacy Audio Drivers Legacy Video Capture Devices Media Control Devices SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC Video Codecs