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You have not given the make and model of your computer.
Generally the procedure is
Please check at the task bar at bottom right corner of your screen there is no red 'X' mark on the speaker. That means that sound is muted. Right click on it and remove the mute check mark.
It could be that volume tab has been placed at lowest point. Move it up.
If it still does not work, Right click on My Computer icon on desk top and click on Properties. Select the Devices Tag. Scroll down the List of devices and check there is no warning sign on the sound device. If it is not there there is nothing wrong with the sound device but if it shows a warning sign then click on the properties tab of the device and upload the driver. You may have to insert the the CD om of the Utility drivers which came with your computer.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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