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My computer does not have sound.

Whenever i open my computer i do not hear that opening sound and the screen solution is very poor ,some one told me viga drivers are missing.It also does not have microsoft word.

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  • bmangeziman Jun 27, 2009

    the sound is not on mute maybe the driver are not installed.

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Your sound is mute or not install driver.

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