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Help i got no audio coming out my mini note book!

I got mini hp 1100 i was tryn to free up space by deleting raerly used programs and i dont know axctly wt i deleted but i got no audio coming out my laptop speaker can you help

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Try reinstalling the audio drivers

Best of Luck

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