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Sounds like you installed the AVG Security Suite instead of the AVG Antivirus Free. Go to Control Panel - Open "Programs and Features" and you should see the program listed there. Right click the program and choose Uninstall. Once uninstalled, restart your computer, download AVG Antivirus Free and install it.
Try a third party uninstaller(like Revo Uninstaller) to get rid of that.
Revo helps you to clean the remaining files that won't go when you unistall the program especially in your windows registry and some unwanted folders.
the drivers might have been corrupted by something or you might have got a virus run your antivrus program and test then if your computer came with a motherboard disc the sound drivers could be on it you might have to uninstall then reinstall either the sound drivers or the sound card make sure you have both of these devices backed up to a disc before uninstalling a yellow? question mark means you need to install/update driver to do this right click to install driver
I would suggest u to the restore your computer because somebody or you might uninstall the sound card software by mistake. Go on start then all programs then accesories then system tools and then restore
What you'll need to do is identify what kind of sound card is in your laptop. The drivers for the laptop have either been corrupted or deleted by the virus. If you have a brand name laptop it most likely came with a recovery cd. Using this cd and doing a coplete restore of the system should fix your problem, however this will cause your laptop to lose all your custom settings and programs and what not. That's one option. You can probably find out what sound card your computer has by checking with the manufacture website under support. If you can give me the brand and model number of your laptop I can find out what kind of sound card you have, and then I will retrieve the drivers for you and give instructions on how to re-install those drivers. Drivers are software packages that tell your computer how to use hardware devices, in this case your sound card. Do I understand your problem correctly? You have no sound options or speaker icon on your laptops sytem tray down by the clock?
Hi, if you have the original driver CD for your system then run the whole set up not just the audio.
If you donot have this CD then look inside your computer, locate the manufacturer and any model numbers you can see. go the manufacturers web page and download the latest drivers there.