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Volume isn't working at all! Tried adjusting volume, turning mute on and off, and it still isn't working!

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Hi, best thing to check is the drivers, goto control panel, system, device manager and look for any yellow or red symbols beside any of the devices, if there is it probably just need the drivers installed if it aint probably the sound on the motherboard is gone and would suggest a external soundcard as it will cost alot to fix or replace the motherboard.

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