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I have intall my operating system software and after the installation the sound logo does not appear at all. i try to open the volume icon and it reads you dont any sound mixer.

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Make sure that sound card ix connected properly? If yes then reinstall ur driver & reset ur hardware & software configuration

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Hi. Since you reinstalled operating system on the computer you need to reainstall also all the drivers that your computer needs. Drivers that i am referring usually came with the CD when you purchased the laptop. If you already misplaced the driver cd then please tell me the model/brand and windows OS of your computer so that i can assist you in finding the correct driver of your computer,

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Try install your device(Sound) driver which provides with motherboard cd,
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your Device got fried and you need to replace it.thanks



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