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This issue sounds as if the correct drivers for you computer are not installed
You should check the device manager to see that the audio and video drivers are operating properly. The navigation to the device manager differs depending on what version of window you have. The most common way to access it is by right clicking on the my computer icon on your desktop and selecting properties. Then click on where it says device manager. In older versions of window you will have to click on the hardware tab before you will see the device manager option. From here you'll want to look for the sound or audio icon and click on the plus sign to the left (The sound icon looks like a small speaker). If there is a exclamation point or a red x over the driver listed than you will want to reinstall or update the audio drivers. Repeat this process for the display adapter. You can locate all drivers required for your computer from the manufactures web site.
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