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Insane Tadpole

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Well my Sound doesn't work, my speakers are pluged in and everything...
I can hear it when I get a sound from msn eg: new e-mail or someone talking to me.
But I can't hear music or anything when I play a game.

I click on the Volume tab and it comes up with this:

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So i do that it I can open up my Volume tab but it still doesn't get any sound.... and when i restart my computer, I gotta do the same thing...

Can anyone please help me.... Cheers.
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Look in Device Manager (Control Panel->System->Hardware->Device Manager) and you'll probably see at least one exclamation mark or question mark, indicating that the drivers for your sound-chip have "gone missing" or become corrupted and need to be re-installed. We can't help you with sourcing the correct drivers without more information about your system -- either the make & model of your computer or of the motherboard. If you don't know, download Belarc Advisor, a system information tool, and post the relevant info to the forum. Get Belarc Advisor here:
http://www.belarc.co...e_download.html
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