Internal Speakers Not Showing Up In Playback Devices

I have a gateway NV series laptop running windows 7
Everything is stock for the most part.
For the most part my speakers do not show up
before anyone says run the troubleshoot or show disabled devices and all that jazz
I have tried almost everything.
I would take it to a computer shop but every once in a while my sound works like nothing ever happened
I don't understand what the problem is. 
I think its amd sound card or something like that. 
Once again displaying disabled and disconnected devices does not work.
Neither does the microsoft online or local trouble shooter.
All that shows up is my hdmi plug in speakers, which have been disabled.
won't work when i plug in external speakers or headphones just a big fat red 'x' by the speaker icon in the corner
Please for the love of God give me some help.
I live in a house full of loud drunks and I need to drown out the constant gun shots, police sirens and people breaking down doors.  
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Hi Klebby,

I would suggest you to try the following steps.

a. Right click on sound icon in the system tray.
b. Click Playback device.
c. Right click on it and select “Playback Devices”.
d. Set the speaker as a default device and check. You need to select the option ‘Set as default device’.
e. Click Apply, Ok.

Also refer to the following link: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows/tips-fixing-common-sound-problems#tips-fixing-common-sound-problems=windows-7

Hope this helps! Let us know if you have any other issues with Windows in future.

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As I previously stated,
THE SPEAKERS DO NOT SHOW UP IN THE PLAYBACK DEVICES WINDOW!
Therefore there is no way of clicking on the speakers. 
The only thing to click on is HDMI audio output.

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Vijay is a dumb ****. After combing the websites for help with this exact issue I find that this is the first and typically final solution presented by those trolling websites with the intent to help but being of none.

University of India's College of Microsoft Support Desk's finest dropouts. But who am I to talk, I'm the one who can't figure out how to get my speakers to work in the first place, right?

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Last updated August 18, 2021 Views 1,303 Applies to: