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Check the audio properties first and make sure the sound card is the selected device, or onboard if you only have onboard, and the speakers are plugged into the right plugs.
It may have crashed if you ha a hardware problem with your soundcard, try removing it and re-inserting it, or just removing it all together and using onboard ( if applicable)
Try this and let me know.
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
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