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I have no voice my icon shows speaker with red x click on it it shows no audio output device is installed

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I am down loading this software as I am writing this. Try going here and getting you a new driver. Its free. http://www.pcdriverdownloads.com/DriverGenius/index6.html?apid=A102878&brand=audio&driver=driver-download

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

  • butch welch Oct 21, 2008

    Sorry man, I did download the software and it ran a check on my system and I needed alot of up dates but when I tried to register they want money. I still think you need a driver and you can go to your computer manufactur and download one. Let me know. *****

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Once this is done, re-load the drivers for your sound card from the CD your manufacturer gave you with your PC or sound device. If you cannot find this, search for the driver on the manufacturers website using the driver name that has been written down.

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