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Sir i am not getting any audio ...I have deleted audio codecs,video codecs everything related to audio in device manager..so what to do now??

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You have to be more specific, what made you uninstall all this? what happened (changed) when the problem arrived? did you checked for viruses? did you re-installed everything you uninstalled?, I would try updating your sound card driver, update your antivirus, than scan the computer for viruses...

Good luck!

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