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Sound on my computer.

My computer is not making any sound. When I restart it, it tells me to install the multimedia audio controller. It asks me for the HP Product Assistant CD, but I don't think I have that. How do I get sound back to my computer?

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Hello please i want you to help me get and audio output device for my acer aspire 3000....thank you

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