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Try looking at Start>Control Panel (Win XP) and the double-click on Sounds. Check the settings to see if they have been muted. If it is checked then uncheck the box and you should have sound. If unchecked then the volume may simply be all the way down. If neither of those then you may have a device problem. To check in XP goto Start>Control Panel. Double-click on System and then click on the Hardware tab. Click Device Manager and see if you have a question mark by Sound Category. If you do try removing by right-clicking and choose remove. Reboot your computer after this to see if your computer will reinstall the sound card.
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