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First check bios wether the sound device is enabled then start your computer to OS right click my computer icon on the desk top click properties click hardware click device manager expand the sound vedio and game controllers you will see the drivers for the sound card installed if you cant find the reinstall the driver if the driver is marked yellow its a wrong driver or the driver is not installed corectly remove them and reinstall the correct drivers if its addon sound card go to the bios and desable the build in sound device and install the drivers in the sequence given above

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