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Hello,
You have to reinstall the audio driver since you say the driver in your OS is corrupted. That is the reason for your OS not detecting the audio device. You will have your driver;s CD with you which you would have got when you bought the laptop. If you dont have your driver;s CD, then you can download the neccessary driver in your laptop company's website.



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