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Hi, I am having problems with the sound on my eee 4g pc. For a while, there was only very faint sound at all, with occasional periods where it worked fine, and others where there was no sound at all. Then I added memory to it, and for a little while I had full sound, but now it is completely gone again. I'm pretty sure the problem isn't the speakers, since the problem is the same with headphones, so I think it must be a software problem...can anyone help me?

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Reinstall sound driver again and make sure that it is working properly.

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