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Windows media has no sound?

No sound coming from my window media.

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  • kahika Feb 02, 2009

    A friend said to me all i needed to do was download a free soundcard driver is that what you are saying to me.Whats a sound card or chip where can i get it from and how do i install it.

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Reinstall the sound card or chip set driver that goes with your motherboard or sound card.

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