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1.Click Start, click Control Panel, click Hardware and Sound, and then click Sound. 2.In the Sound window right-click your Speakers and select Configure Speakers. 3.Follow the on-screen setup, and Test the available configurations. 4.Indentify whether or not one configuration appears to have less of an “echo” than others. 5.If the issue is resolved by modifying the configuration then you do not need to do anything further
Have you checked to see if any of your audio mixers are muted? You can do this by double clicking on the speaker icon in the lower right corner of your monitor. Check to make sure none of the 'mute' buttons are selected. Good Luck