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Install the audio drivers from Mother Board CD. Restart laptop and check.
Installation steps: (Type:1) Insert the
motherboad CD, Select CD drive(ex: CD-Rom Drive(D:))> Right click>browse>select audio driver>install. After
completion, restart computer and check.
(Type:2) (if you don't the audio driver, follow the below steps)
• Go to Start> • Control panel> • Double click on "System" Icon> (it shows the System Properties Window) • Select “Hardware” Tab> • Select “Device Manager” Tab> (it shows the Device Manager Window) • Select “Sound, video and game controllers”> •
Expand “+” symbol> (check the audio Codecs, Legacy Audio Drivers and
others are not in Questioned Mark (?) symbol with yellow color. If
there need to install the drivers ). Right click (questioned mark)> Update drivers>In browse select Mother board CD> select automatic search drivers and install..
It search the drivers and install it. once complete reboot laptop and check.
Go to Device Manager and check if you see a Red X next to the Sound Device.
Reinstall the Sound drivers & so the device.
The drivers seem to have corrupted in the process of mother board CD installation and other things that you installed.
If this doesn't help, or you have any confusions, tell me what machine you have & what O.S