1. Windows sound needs windows solution. You can usually download the drivers off the manufacturers site.
2. fedora ... gnu/linux will not play proprietary, patent encumbered, music and video formats ... out of the box. If you have sounds (i.e. the sound test worked when you installed) and you get an error about missing codecs, then this is your problem.
If this is the case, you are urged to change to using free formats - ogg/vorbis and flac for audio and ogg/theora for video. (note: html5 uses theora for the video tag, which is supported in gecko-engine browsers like firefox - which means no-plugin needed for web video.)
However, it is sometimes desirable to have access to restricted formats.
You can install the support - on the understanding that this may be illegal in the country that you live in.
If, however, the sound test failed when you installed, we'll need more information.
You'll need to open a terminal and enter the command
copy the output to your reply.