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No sound, Hi!! I'm using windows xp, my computer is missing some sort of driver which transfers sound to my speakers, could it be the plug and play thing? My volume is set correctly and my speakers have power supply... The pc does show that the sound is playing.... Please help...

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You may be missing a sound card which can me purchased and installed professionally at any computer store. You also may want to check that the computer even recognizes the speaker by accessing the Speaker section in the Control Panel.

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