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Double click the volume control icon in the task bar and make sure everything is on and unmuted. If they are, it could be that the headphones are broken. Try another pair. Then restart the computer if it still isn't working. This is the easiest fix for a lot of problems. If that doesn't work, you can also try going into Device Manager and checking each of your sound devices to make sure they are working properly. They may tell you what the problem is if there's something wrong with any of them. Also, play around with your computer and find out as much about the problem as you can for me. And if all else fails, Google it and see if anyone else is having the same problem. Hope this helps!
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