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I have checked all the things of sound in my computer.they all were correct.i have also A sound card but play A song or videoi can not hear any sound.

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Update ur sound driver and use reginout to fix ur problem

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If the sound plays but you can't hear anything, again, check the speakers are connected to the correct sound jack. Next, try connecting a pair of headphones or earphones (lower the volume before playing any sound  or music file).

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