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I cannot hear any sound coming out of my laptop speakers. I've tried the troubleshooter. Found no solutions from there.

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The speakers might be disabled to check that right click on the speaker icon on the bottom right corner of the home screen then click on playback devices then select the speakers icon then click properties a window will pop up...at the bottom of that window you'll see a drop down to enable the device enable it if this doesn't work...

try this

click start button right click on computer->click manage->click device manager-> click on the plus button besides sound video and game controllers there might be couple of options listed below that if its like realtek or creative right click and click uninstall if asks for permission click continue..after the uninstallation completes restart the computer it should work..
good luck

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