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Sound problem sound can't come out and there is no icon shown on the interface,what can i do?

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Have u check the Sounddrivers for it ,if not uninstall the drivers and reinstall the drivers.

Eventhough it is not working u check the audio hardware status in bios means it is enabled or disabled.


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