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I am not getting any sound..my speakers are fine and I have checked the volume panel on my PC.This is very frustrating.Are you able to help me?

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Go into Start --> Control Panel --> Printers & Other Hardware --> System --> Hardware --> device Manager --> Audio controllers - look and see if your sound card has a yellow question mark by it. If so, right click on the device and select Update Driver (make sure you are connected to the internet). Also, make sure the mute button is not pressed inside of Windows Media Player 11 itself, or that the Windows Media Player 11 volume is turned all the way down (you can find these items in the lower right of the Now Playing window).
-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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