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Check the basics for like the Volume settings, mute and volume buttons on your keyboard, and the file that you are trying to play. Try a different file like music, video from different resources such as cd, MP3 players, and online. If that wont still work, try to check if there would be sound when an external speaker is plugged in. If it works then you need to replace the internal speakers. If not, then it could be the sound card that is having the problem. Before replacing it, which means you need to replace the whole motherboard if it is onboard, and just the sound card if its just an expansion, I suggest you try System restore to a date when your computer was working fine. If that one wont work, back up files first, then try reformatting the operating system. If still it doesn't work, you may want to replace sound card or the motherboard.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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