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My PC sound is not working properly....there would be some disturbing sound and sound is gone. Whatever i play i would be not able to hear anything....Additional to this i brought new headphone with mic...mic is not responding in sound recorder at all...but mic is OK.

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Please repair Your Operating system or reinstall your sound driver

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