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Sound system My problem is I have no sound and speakers are working fine and the manger device states that everything is working fine but I still can not get my sound to come on. Mute button is not on sound is at 100 percent and still no sound. Can I please get some help.

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    i have the hp pavilion slimeline s3123w and i install the windows xp after that i didnt have no sound. what can i do to get back sound on my computer

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Try re-installing the audio drivers. i had that problem with my computer, all i did was search for Realtek AC97' sound drivers and sound was restored. if not, try SoundMax Digital Audio Drivers.

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