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Uninstalled pc sound and audio

How can i reinstall sound and audio of my pc

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Find out what motherboard you have. Go to the motherboard manufacturer's website. Go to their support/downloads section. You will likely find a sound driver install program for your motherboard. Download & run the program & then everything should work.

Alternatively go to to Windows control panel.Clicke on system/device manager/hardware. Look in the sound section for something with a yellow exclamation mark. Try the reinstall driver option.

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