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Check the onboard audio is enabled or not in the bios setup ...
if disabled then enable it ...
i think you might not have installed the audio codecs ... just install the audio codecs ....
the audio drivers contains the audio codecs so just try installing the audio driver from your manufacture cd ....
if already installed then just reinstalling it ...
this solves your problem
if you still persist the same problem then may be the capacitor near the audio port is blown off just try to identify it...
check is there any burning smell or burnt mark near the audio port..
replace the capacitor if so ...
this must solve your problem ...

any doubts you can reply me
i am always here to assist you
thank you
bye .....
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