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Check the device manager to see if you do have sound device installed, i'm guessing you had sound at one point,or it came with the system. and it could have failed. if it is onboard try and see if it's enabled(in the system bios) if an add on(pci card) you can replace it or disable the onboard,and install a new pci sound card. before all of that, see if windows is configured to use it. control panel sound devices-and see if it is in the list. hope this helps contact me if you need further assistance. glen
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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