I had this relatively same problem myself on my PC Desktop just a few weeks back. I tried everything and had no luck. Thought maybe it was something I installed, but came to find out.. All I needed was a soundcard. Very easy to install yourself.
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Need more info, is there a sound device installed?
Or do you need codecs. Try to uninstall all sound drivers and restart your laptop windows will detect the device and reinstall automatically.
above all be sure the sound is not muted.
good day, its easy to install your sound device, just look for the audio installer of your laptop, its a cd provided when you bought your laptop then just click the install program, hope this helps, have a nice day
you need to go to Control Panel - system - Device Manager. There you will be able to find the drive that runs your 'sound card device'. click on that and it should indicate if this device is working properly or not and have a button to click on for fixing. If that doesnt work, try another simple route and if your computer has this setting....go to 'system restore point' and set it back a few days, or a week. check for sound, then carefully recheck the old files you want to delete. Double check the file you want to delete for it may support your sound card and may not work without certain programs. Hope this helped!!!
install a new operating system using dark edition win xp profetional and install the given board drivers and then try. if not you try to check where the pin is to be inserted and see if it is loose then try the person who nows electronics to fix it back for you
Right click on the my computer ICON and choose manage, then brose to device manager and see if the Sound device has a yellow ! over it if so right click on the device and choose update driver, and browse to you driver folder usually c:\ manufactors name \ Drivers\ Audio and then choose .inf file if you don't see one then see if it has a setup.exe and run it. Which should reinstall your sound driver.
Seems that the drivers for your sound card is not installed. Just update the sound driver. Where did you purchase the product? Where did you download the driver? You could have download a driver for a different OS.
If the excalation mark on your device manager is gone, that should fix the isse.
The problem lies withn windows. I would reccomend performing a system restore to a date when it was working. While you wont lose your documents, emails etc, it will uninstall any apps you have installed since that date.