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You'd've muted the audio device.. if its xp, double click the volume icon in the systems tray ( right end of the taskbar) and check whether the wave device is muted.. if not, chek whether ur media player software is fine.. if its not fine chek with some other media player.. if all of them are righ, reinstalling the audio drivers will help you..
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