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First you should check whether the driver for your sound card is installed properly or not. to verify follow the following steps:
It will open the device manager window. See this window carefully, if there is any component with Yello mark then you have to re-install the driver for sound-card.
If you don't have any component with yellow mark then everything is ok you have just check out your Mixer Volume etc.
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Posted on Apr 05, 2008
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