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You should install the audio driver software for your device ...after installing driver restart your pc....your problem will be solved..okay

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a. Go to start
b. Type "device manager" on the start search box (windows vista).
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c. Expand "sound and video game controller". Usually audio driver is "realtek high definition".
d. Right click on to that audio driver and select uninstall. Do not check the box for delete. Just click ok.
e. Restart the laptop.
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