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  • rhubsexy Mar 15, 2009

    i canyt hear any sounds in my computer.. but i used usb headset only that time i can hear a sound. wat will i do pls help me

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Uninstall and later re-install the sound driver, you wont face problem with playback device

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Most of these products say that instillation is easy.After you install it though the sound does not come out. I have had numerous people not able to use their new audio or recording device simply because they did not now that another device was set as default. When you try to use your new speakers or headsets you must remember one thing. You must always make sure it is the default device,otherwise it may not work. To make sure it is you must take these following simple steps.

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