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No sound mean:

1- speaker is bad

2- entrance sound is bad

3- driver is bad ( re-nstall)

4-windows had a damged files (re- install)

5- sound ic control is damaged ( need out pci/ usb sound card )

6- tow jumper in mother board are take off

best regardes

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