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No sound on my laptop?

The other day I opened Windows XP Home and no sound? Can't get it to turn on and the icon on the bottom right is gone too?

Please help....

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Start --> Control Panel --> Sounds and Audio Devices.
Make sure it is picking up the sound card and tick the box to show the icon in the task bar.
Click apply then open the sound control from the task bar and make sure nothing is muted.

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