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No audio out put device is installed

I have built in speakers on my lab top but for some reason it says that there is no audio output device is installed how do i fix my speakers

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You need to install the correct audio driver for your Vista lap top. The make and model of the laptop would make it easy for us to point you directly to them via a link.

You can verify your audio device is configured or not in "Device Manager".

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