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No audio or sound

Hi my sound doesnt work on my desktop its window xp i dont now what to do please help
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    no audio or sound problem in my pc celtron 1.7 & the motherboard is phoenix vc37 gv

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Check your sound card if its installed properly. Maybe you forgot to install the driver for it.check it under device manager.

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