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I am assuming that right now you do not have a sound card (ie your speakers are hooked into the onboard sound on your motherboard). If you'e never installed a sound card, it sounds daunting, but it's actually pretty simple. Here's a link to a youtube video of someone installing a sound card.
You might be able to fix the problem by updating the drivers on your motherboard, without ever installing a new sound card. If the sound has worked in the past, and just stopped, then its more likely a driver problem than the need for a new sound card.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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