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You need to install your computer or sound card audio driver or restore it to the point where sound is audible on your computer. To restore your os or drivers to it's original state, you need to click on ( start ). Then click on ( All Programs ). Then click on ( accessories ).Then click on ( system tools ). Then click on ( system restore ). And the last thing you'll do is to select a recently saved restore point of with you think everything is working properly. If this did'nt work, try to download your sound driver to your sound card or motherboard to it's manufacturers web site. Or you could buy Driver magician , driver magician will search and detect all the driver that your computer needs. All you got to do is to select them and then by clicking on download, driver magician will automatically search the internet and download it for you. Have a nice day friend. Hope this would help you much. Have a nice day and hoping this would have good effect on your computer .
The computer could be having some problems with its driver which is responsible for making the system to communicate with its sound card. There are two ways that you can do to make it work. You can do a system restore (restoring the computer to known good date) and by downloading the updated sound driver which you can get from the website of your computer's manufacturer.
1. Click on start or the pearl button>programs>accessories>system tools>system restore 2. A window will open up. Select the date when your computer was still working fine. 3. Follow the instructions that will appear on the screen and let it finish until it will tell you that the restoration is complete.
Note: System restore won't affect the files and documents that you have saved in your computer. But, it will remove the programs and updates which happened after the restoration date that you will be selecting. Updates and changes in the computer's programs sometimes are the reasons for some corruptions in the system.
Driver Update or Installation
Go to the website of your computer's manufacturer. Then, look for support and downloads. Select drivers or drivers and downloads. Put in the model of your computer and look for the sound driver. Install it.
If you still have some problems right after doing the above mentioned steps, then message me. Just post your message here.
To not complicate the matter,can you do a System restore?>>hit Start key>>Programs>>Accessories>>System Tools>> then System restore.There you can go to the day that you new it was working and follow prompts from the restore point. Please Rate this!!!!
Have you tried restarting your computer? If that didn't work try deleting the program for your sound card and try reinstalling it. If that doesn't work try a system restore, now depending on your operating system the fallowing information my not be accurate. This is for Windows XP Home edition, Click on Start>help and support>system restore. Then it will ask you what date you want to restore it to, then pick a date, then click continue or next and it should restore your system to that date. Hope this helped=)