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First right click my computer clickproperties then click hardware then device manager and in the click sound vedio and came controller and see wether the driver is installed properly if you see question mark in the driver or the driver not installed properly reload your sound driver which came with the motherboard if the drivers are installed properly then click start settings control pannel then click sound and audio device then click volume and move the slider to high then untick the mute button if ticked then restart the computer
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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