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Sound trouble with Acer desktop

Everything appears to be working fine on my Acer X1700 desktop. Except that I get no sound from the speakers. With the exception of the test sound in the Realtek HD Audio manager, when I go to speaker configuration, and click the play button, I get sound out of one of the speakers, and if I have my headphones both speakers. But as stated, I get no other sound anytime, mediaplayer, websites, etc.... Please help.

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