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If you sound card is an external one check that it is seated properly in the slot on motherboard.
You will need to open the PC case.
secondly, you can right click my computer, click properties, click hardware, click device manager
Is there an exclamation mark next to your sound card? most likely there will be
You can try and re install the sound cards driver, if you know the name of it you can google it.
If you dont you can download driver genius free trial, it will tell you what drivers need updating.
Copy the name from the list and google it.
You have to buy full version to download the driver so just do it manually and save money
If re installing the driver doesnt work then you may have a faulty sound card
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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