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I am no tgetting sound from external speakers

All the drivers are working fine however, there is no sound from external speakers...plz help to get it rectified

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All drivers are working it says,,,,,,even last night there was sound..i closed last night and open now bt ......no sound device found

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Power down your machine
Unplug everything from it
Open it up
Remove your sound card and put it back in
Reverse the step and boot your machine
If it still doesn't work then you'll need to replace your sound card. You can find really good ones on Amazon for $25 or so.Remember to always turn off your speakers before you plug them into your computer. Since they are probably powered via AC adapter that surge of power could have shorted out your card. Good luck!!

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