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How do i install a sound device in my comp? My computer doesn't have no sound at all, but it said that the devices are working properly, and also said that no output or input devices are found, but i need to install a device. Can you please help fix this problem.. Thanks

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Go to the manufacturer site and their download page. Look for the sound driver for your model computer and download.You didnt say what computer you have or I would have given you the link.

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Go to device manager, see if any devices are "flagged"

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