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No sound is coming out of my HP vs 19

For some strange reason, out of nowhere my built in monitor speakers stop woking. it says that thete is no audio output device. i have tried to change the options in the control panel but it would not let me. please any one help. thank you

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    I just got this today and there is not any sound.

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It sounds like a problem with your sound card driver. Try re-installing it.

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