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Hi, My Name is Henry. I am one of the technicians here.
To solve your problems you need to install the drivers by using the Drivers CD that came with your PC. If you do not have this check at the website of your computer manufacturer for the drivers. Download the audio drivers and install it. I hope this helps.
The only thing I can think of is you might hook up the drive as "slave" drive on a working computer and see if it will operate long enough to retrieve your data. But if the drive is dead you may have lost everything that was on it. There are services that do data recovery on dead hard drives but I'm sure it is expensive to have this done. This is why I always back up everything I do to a different device while I am working.
Hi there; You recently replaced your hard drive and now your sound does not work? If you computer boots I would guess your hard drive is connected correctly. I would check your sound component connections. Could be inside the case at the sound card or as simple as you unplugged the transformer to the speakers. Also check your sound software to make sure it's not muted. Hope this helps
Theres a problem with your driver installation.your computer is newly formated and wiyh a new harddrive but still theres a problem.check your monitor if it can support up 1024/768 pixel so that you can adjust your screen resolution to a smaller icons.also check your vga.and rollback device driver for sound device.