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Before you go to the motherboard on which maintenance possibilities to the on-motherboard sound card is very limited.
Start>Control Panel>Sounds and Audio Devices>Audio
Click the drop down menu and see if there is more than 1 device capable of taking control of the audio function. If more than 1, select the correct default Audio Output Device>Apply>ok>restart pc.
Then test sound again by playing music in Sample Music.
If no solution emerges and there is a hardware fault (unlikely) to the motherboard soundcard, then buy and install a cheap internal PCI soundcard to bypass the on-board sound card, install it, the drivers and then restart the pc.
ok - what is your board number? usually it is printed on your motherboard. Eg. ga-7vm400am. it could be just numbers as well. When you get that, google it + sound drivers. you ought to find the link to download it. Alternatively you can try downloading everest, run it, and will it give you your soundcards model, google that and you will get your drivers. good luck