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Problem with sound system

In the sound devices,i had two devices:speaker and realtek digital output.By mistake i disabled the sound device(i didn't uninstall it).Now,i am not able to find the speaker icon anywhere and the sound players are displayig everything properly but i get no sound in any of the players. i have acer aspire 4720 model and dolby digital live speakers

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Try to look on the control panel of your computer and find the sound effect manage or sound and audio devices. if still doesn't work then try to reinstall again your audio driver from your motherboard driver cd. it will solve the problem.

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