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It's means there's no sound device installed, this could be audio drivers problem, please reinstall it. You can download the driver from here if you have problem with yours. Fujitsu Lifebook t1010 drivers Please select the corresponding drivers for your operating system type. Good luck. Thanks for using FixYa.

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