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The sound disappear

A month ago we bought a new pc with ASUS board on it... at first it runs pretty smooth and turns it off.. at the time we start to on the computer the sounds disappear.. i thought the speakers had a problem when we test it to another CPU its ok..
    my question is how can i repair this... i even tried to fix the sound in the control panel.. and nothings work.. is there somethings wrong with the sound card?? should i reinstall it? and how??? i feel worried coz my mom gotta kill me if she finds it.. T_T help me guys

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Re: the sound disappear


Can you tell the exact model of your motherboard. I will try to find an audio driver for it.

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