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No audio sound

When i turn on my pc there is a beep sound but when i go to real player no audio sound

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It sounds like you have a sound problem. It is kind of hard to diagnose for I believe there could be a couple of reasons why your not having any sound. The first things I would try would be to make sure your speakers are indeed turned on to a proper volume, and double check which port your speakers are plugged into in the back of your PC. Make sure its not just a loose connection.
If you are unsure as to which outlet the speaker plugs into it is usually color coded. Green to green or something like that.

If still there is no sound all hope is not lost. It could be a simple problem with your drivers. Try going to the website for your sound card and download the latest drivers for it to install. I hope some of this helped. If you would like to email me with a few more details I would be happy to help. You can contact me at rogueninja@hotmail.com. Thanks and good luck.
-Brady-

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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