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From the description the audio outputs are cutting out due to bad connections, or semiconductor failure. Check to make sure there are no shorts in the speaker wiring, if no change! take it back to the place of purchase for exchange or repair.
If you have power to the unit but no sound, chances are the audio output ic has shorted causing a load, turn volume down, power off, remove speaker wires, power on, if standby light stays on audio output ic needs to be changed. If however the standby light changes or goes off it indicates a short in the wires or speaker issue, hook up one at a time to identify the problem one.
if you bought the computer at a retail place like microcenter take it there and they will help installation. if you got a computer with speakers and a sub woofer; then you plug your speakers into the subwoofer and the subwoofer to your sound card mark with the same color as the plug or the symbol marked speaker or line out.