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No sound from my computer

It says no audio out device is installed

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  • Anonymous Nov 14, 2008

    Hi,

    I restored my emachine and now my speaker don't have sound. I have everything in place they just won't make sounds. Please help. Thankyou

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It seems more likely you have onboard sound. Download CPU-Z, then open it. Under the Mainboard tab, it will tell you which mainboard model you have. Now for example if it says D946GZIS, go on google and search "D946GZIS driver download". You will find all the drivers you need that way.

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Chk for drivers in devmgr. if u have sound card then the drivers for it are seperate on a cd. If it didnot work or drivers already installed then let me know which speakers u have, also the sound card(if any).

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Will be thanksful to you if my computer got a solve the problem of no sound.

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Hi there,

Your OS is Windows Vista, right... Did you use a laptop or a DESTOP, and also please include the model/maker, & the sound card installed to it...

miZh

Posted on Sep 16, 2008

  • Zander Rovic Ocampo
    Zander Rovic Ocampo Sep 16, 2008

    MAY I KNOW THE EXACT DETAIL OF YOUR PC.. ARE YOU USING A DESKTOP OR A LAPTOP..

    PLEASE LET ME KNOW AND ANSWER BEFORE RATING MY SOLUTION...

    THANKS


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