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Look up your computer to find out what kind of sound card you have. Then google the name of your sound car, and the word 'driver'. This driver is what lets your computer talk to your sound card, which in turn sends the sound to your speakers. That is the most likely cause of your issue. If you reinstall the sound card it should work....
Also, have you tried more than one set of speakers? it is possible you are having a speaker issue... Have you tried headphones? Do you get any sound from any of the above?
Posted on May 05, 2008
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