|12 Sep 2010||#2|
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Was there some sort of upgrade or hardware change recently? With most laptops you have a sound on/off button. Make sure that it is on, next you have to use the fn button and the sound up button. Press the fn key and the sound up key at the same time, tapping the volume up key to desired sound level.
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