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Windows may have trashed the driver for your sound or the audio chip has died.
Check the Device Manager listing to see if your audio is 'Xed."
Download free Belarc Advisor, it only needs some version of IE 4.0 or later for displaying the output and it will give you a detailed description of your hard- and software so you can see whose chip it is in case you need to download a replacement driver.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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