Question about Computers & Internet
Go to start, control panel, sounds & audio devices. Make sure that the mute box is unchecked. If that is good, then you may have to download the audio driver for your device again. If you have the sound device integrated on the motherboard, you should have a driver disk for it for the motherboard. If not, check online for your motherboard and download the driver. If you have a sound card, once again, download the driver from the disk or if no disk, go to site of the model of the card and download the driver. Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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