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I have totally no sound i have many sound codecs installed

But there is still no sound plus it shows that there is no sound devices installed what should i do and what is the proper program to be installed?

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Install the driver for your soundcard if it is a built-in one or add-on card. K-lite codec pack is a good application for many audio format. And under sound/speaker setting you should set the speaker on, not mute. And your speaker is totally working.

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