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Please check the Windows95 section (general) for this question.

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Speakers plugged-in?
Sound not "muted"?

See: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q.10099806
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if you use window 95.
this is one of the way you get back your sound.
win95 is auto detect hardware..
1) go to control panel
2) chose system
3) go to hardware
4)chose multimedia or symbol '!'
5)remove all drive in multimedia and '!'
6)restrat your computer.
7)computer will detect back your sound card driver...and follow the intruction in computer.
that all...my experience...
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