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Go into control panel and then goto system. From there go into hardware, then device manager. Scroll down to the Sound, Video and Game Controllers... See if your sound hardware is in there or if there is a yellow exclamation point on it. ( An explanation point states that the device is not working). I would try to remove it from the list and right click on the devices and let it scan for new hardware. With any luck it should re-identify the hardware and reinstall the drivers for that piece of hardware. If you have the audio drivers for your computer, you could try to reinstall the sound drivers. If you dont have the drivers then you should be able to download them off of the internet.
If your hardware is in the list and it appears to be working, double check your speakers and the speaker volume on the speaker itself as well as the volume control in the computer. Hope this helps... Joe < Data Miner >
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
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