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It is possible that the sound drivers are not installed properly on your computer.
You can try the following:
1) check if the connections are properly placed. Make sure that the sound card is inserted on its slot correctly.
2) check on the device manager if the sound is properly installed
3) If you know the name of sound card, you can try updating the drivers for it. If not, you can try to check the manual of your motherboard if it is built-in. You can also try running the CD for the motherboard because sometimes the drivers are found there too.
I hope this helps you. :)
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