Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Windows: The driver is probably mismatched to the sound card / chipset hardware in your computer (or the hardware is failing). Enter the device manager inside control panel and click on the Sound icon. Select "remove hardware" and check the "remove software / driver" option. Click OK. Restart the computer and let Windows discover the "new" sound hardware. You should let it download the driver from the internet and you should hear sound at the speakers either right away or after the next boot.
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