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Try going into the device manager then scrolling down to the bottom where it says sound, video and game controllers and see if your sound card is listed? If it is right click and select remove. Once removed reboot the PC and the sound drivers should automatically reload to factory settings. If they dont and the sound card is not detected then it may be a problem with the card itself. Might need replacing.
Is the Driver sor the sound card up to date, try to see if it is even installed, if it says that no audio device is installed, go to the drivers page for your computer, and then download the sound driver for your sound card
1.- Your audio was working fine before? 2.- Did you install any program? 3.- It Is your sound card connected? Go>>My PC>>Properties>>Hardware>>Device Manager (see if the sound card and drivers are installed and working properly) 4.- Your speakers are connected in the right way? Are they ON? 5.- In the control panel >>Sounds>> "mute" must be UNCHECKED
If your audio was working fine before some of above reason are blocking your sound
Hi, you should have the driver CD for soundcard as it is shipped with the new sound card - if not you must download the driver for the soundcard not for the Chipset of the computer. Look at the soundcard - normal the driver manufacturer and model is shown on the "biggest" chip fixed on the soundcard - donwload the driver as shown on the chip of the soundcard from the manufacturer and install. (ensure you select driver for you operating system)