Question about Computers & Internet
The first thing to do would be to go into the device manager and make sure your drivers are installed.
1. Click Start.
2. Click on Accessories.
3. Click on System Tools.
4. Click on Control Panel.
5. In the control panel click on Device Manager.
6. In the device manager, click on Sound, Video and Game Controllers.
7. This area should have your sound hardware.
8. Double click your hardware and go to the Drivers panel.
9. Under the drivers panel click on Update Driver.
10. Click Search Automatically, and your computer will search online and in the system to find a compatible driver.
11. When the computer finds the correct driver, It will install it automatically.
12. Once the installation is done, check to see that you have have sound again.
I hope I have helped!
Posted on May 27, 2011
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