Question about Computers & Internet
First Check to make sure your speakers are connected correctly and are turned on. I know, I know, but alot of time we forget to look for the obvious, it's happened to me.
Next see if the drivers for your sound card are installed and enabled.
You can get the drivers from your system or hardware manufacturer's site if you need to. An example of that would be www.hp.com.
Also, make sure that you check your machine for viruses, spyware, malware, etc. Alot of time these can create problems with your sound.
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