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If it worked before, then something happened. Check the volume control, check to be sure the sound has not been muted (check the sound properties in the control panel). While in the control panel, check to see if there are sound drivers missing. When you look at the sounds, you can choose a sound for an event. Then you can test it. If the "play" arrow is grayed out, then the sound drivers are missing. Oh, yes--have you tried different speakers? If not, do that.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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