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Sound was fading and fading... and now it's gone... very surprising as i was able to get it back a few times changing settings, though it was not as loud as I wanted...

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Please try to update your driver for sound. If your OS is Vista, please go to Start-Control Panel-Classic View-Device Manager. Please click on the Sound, Game and Video Controllers. Select the one for the sound then go to properties-driver tab-uninstall. Then restart your laptop. Check if the sound got better.
If this does not work, please go back to the driver tab then click on update driver. Please be connected to the internet in order for this to be done.
Hope this helps. Thank you.

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