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1. Go to control panel>Device Manager
2. Select your audio device, check the properties
3. Check if its disabled. if not then upgrade or reinstall the driver.
4. If not working then check master volume control, if its mute by mistake.
5. If still not working, put external speakers and check if sound is comming.
6. still sound is coming then need to check & change your laptop speaker.
7. If still no sound, then need to check your motherboard.

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Click on START
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Click on START
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