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No sound at all! Headphone jack doesn't work either. I noticed the sound "card" is like a drop in module with pressure contacts to the motherboard.

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Yes and this can be removed and replaced with a new sound card. you can take that old one out while the computer is off and have it tested by any technition to find out what the issue is it probably needs to be replaced. I hope this helps

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