Question about Computers & Internet
First, take the back off your computer if you have a sound card that you fitted. take it out and put it back in. are you installing a new card, did you look where you put it. i say this because it is the way of flow. you might say what in hell is this **** talking about. but i found if i put in my sound card in another slot, it either crackles or will not work.
swap it around in the slots until you find the one which works fine. trust me, it happens.
if it is a built in sound card.
go into the bios and see if it is active. this happened on a friends computer where he rebooted his computer for the fault and found that the damn thing was inactive.
other than that, has it just keeled over and died. if so, get a decent sound card. i could name one but that is bias to the others around.
if you have another mc around, put a card in that and see if it works. here is one, go look in the papers and find an old mc. even go to the dump, old pcs are just thrown away, see if you can get one to play on, if you make a mess of it, try and fix it. remember, its a box of bits, so is one connected???
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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