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Have you checked your speaker connections? Have you checked the main volume control to make sure it is turned up? How about the volume for the media player you're using? If all these checks out as ok, you may need to completely uninstall your sound card drivers, and then go to the manufacturers website that made your sound card and download and install the latest drivers.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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