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Please help me I have lost my sound

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Mr Freeze

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yes dont mess with registry
and make sure system restore is on
unplug one set of speakers from your computer
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The Skeptic

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It looks as if the only thing that you didn't do is to check if Audio is enabled in the BIOS. It was suggested by fawoodward but if I may suggest, just check in the BIOS first and don't uninstall anything for the time being. If the option is disabled in the BIOS then everything above that is of second importance. You have to make sure that the option is enabled before doing anything else.
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