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I dont get any sound out of the laptop not out of the speakers or the headphones

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Hi Birko,

first things first, is the volume definately turned up on the latop... Ive done it my self in the past so please dont take offence :)

What OS do you have installed on you computer, and what laptop manufacturer and model is it.

If you could let me know this if Ill see if i can be of any further help.

Regards

ElApe

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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