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No Sound on my laptop

When I gave the command on my laptop to adjust volume for sound, the volume, sound, audio, dialogue box will appear frozen, when all commands on this dialog box are mute. I am still having difficulty with no sound on my laptop.

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  • ijstevenson2 Oct 01, 2008

    I still do not have sound on my laptop

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No sound through my laptop speakers, but if i plug headphones in i can hear it,it has just been formatted and is on xp any suggestions

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My pc computer same problem

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