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Sudden audio problem on xp computer

Best regards.

Suddenly I have no audi on my XP computer.
I have trouble shoot, but with no success.
Pls help me out.
Thanks in advance.

Ricardo
Email: norwin_ricardo@yahoo.com

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Did you install any program lately?
Check My Pc >> right click Properties >> Hardware >> Device Manager >> Audio
Check also Start >> Control Panel >> Sounds
See if the cables are right connected on the back
Do you have your speakers on? With Power?
Are the speaker power plugging in?

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