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I Have lost all sounds on my pc but my speakers are working ok.Think it might be my sound drivers

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I think it should be the sound drivers ,go to the system configuration through device manager and check the status of your sound device ,if not seen then re-install the drivers and check for possible sound if still no sound let me knw

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