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First check to make sure the sound has not been muted. If not then make sure it is turned up and try different music types, like a cd then play a .wav and .mp3 file. Nothing still, check and make sure drivers are installed and if there is an updated driver available. Make sure that it is not disabled in the BIOS. If not then check and see if you have an update for the BIOS.
If all else fails call the manufacture for warranty information.

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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