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My computer din't have sound.I already install Realtek HD Audio Driver but not solve the problem,still no sounds.I looked on to Control Panel-Audio&sound but there is no audio device at all.so who can help me?

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Firstly, need to verify your unit uses a RealTek driver. Go to control panel, then system, then hardware, then device manager,

Look at the list and find sound, video and game controllers, click on + sign to expand, look for devices with ! marks, these are the ones with issues. They will either be unknown or state the wrong drivers are loaded. You can click on the device in question then right click to update drivers.

This will work only if you have the right drivers.

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