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Sound goes off and on. While playing music sound goes off for about 5 seconds and the comes back. Same thing happens when view videos on the internet.

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Is u cable connection of speakers ok/if yes than it seems to be a sound card driver problem/better install ur sound driver again by complete uninstalling previous one/ if u don't have driver then download form ur pc manufacturer website/or search on google

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