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No Audio Device

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My computer suddenly started to not have audio (I can't play music, or hear the usual AIM sounds)

I went to Control Panel->Sounds , and it says "No Audio Device"
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Is it onboard audio? They're notorious for going out...

Got to control panel and tell windows to add hardware and the wizard will search for hardware that's not installed..

Also if it is onboard audio you may want to check your bios settings and make sure onboard audio is enabled.

There are many other ways to test for the problem...this is just a couple....others (I'm sure) will voice alternatives.
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