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Media test failure

I have created the xp boot up disk but now i'm having a problem that the cd is not being recognized. it states" media tes failure.. check cable"
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Due to current fluctuations my smps and ups was burnt, so i called the technician he replaced the ups,smps and motherboard ,and then my computer turned on when it was booting it showed a message like "media test failure check cables" and then i can see my desktop with all icons.but i dont see any sound symbol on the task bar the place where we can time.when i open the control panel>sound and speech options it shows like no audio device.
when i try to play any song through windows media player it shows a message like sound card or sound controller is not installed in the computer install the sound card.and my computer has internal sound card. what should i do now, shall i purchase new sound card so that i can connect it to pci

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