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I am assuming you are using desktop PC. The sound card is where the speakers are connected to. If your computer can't recognize it, open your CPU (while OFF) remove the soundcard (if it is not integrated to your MoBo) then replace it back.
if sound is working on laptop but not on skype, then the settings in skype needs to be set to you audio. go in to skype setting and audio and click on your audio and make it default, same for the mic choose the one you have and make it default. and click on save or ok when done.
A sound card is a device inside a computer which regulates the input and output of audio to the computer. They can be a separate "card" or piece of hardware, or they can be integrated on your motherboard.
A problem with your sound card could be a multitude of things. The first step of solving the issue would be to verify that your sound card has the most recent drivers, or updates, for use. Find out what sound card you have by going to Control Panel, then Performance and Maintenance, and click on See basic information about your computer. A panel will open up, and click the tab at the top which says Hardware, and then click the Device Manager button. Scroll down to Sound, video, and game controllers, and double click that (or press the + next to it) to open up the drivers and codecs for sound and video. Anything relating to the sound or audio may be it. Then, search for the company of your sound card and find the appropriate drivers.