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If you had sound at one point then what this calls for is a system restore. Click start --> Run --> Type restore --> Click Ok --> Double click on rstrui --> This will bring up a window and find a restore point before your sound stopped working.
If you didn't have sound before; You need to go to the computer manufactor's website(say Dell) and get drivers for your model of computer.
If neither of these work I would venture to say that your sound card is bad. You probably will want to have someone(local computer store) replace the sound card for you.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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