Question about Computers & Internet
Go to the device manager of your computer. You can open the device manager in the following ways:
Start - Control Panel - System and Security - Device Manager
Start - Accessories - Command Prompt - devmgmt.msc
You will have the device manager in front of you, check for the sound or audio controller. Go for the sound or audio codec or device and right click for the properties and then click on the tab saying driver and check whether the same is disabled or enabled.
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