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No Volume Hello, I have been without sound on my computer for over a year now. When I moved from my house to my apartment for college, my speakers and volume went soundless. I've even bought new speakers to see if it would fix the problem. When I go to my control panel and go to adjust volume settings and such, it will not let me and says I do not have a mixer device available. I do not understand what I need to do to get my volume back. Please help me with any information you can. Thank you, Joe

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    my speakers have no volume today, what is the problem

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This sound like a simple case of a driver issue. If you know the model number of your PC, go to the HP web site http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/support.htmland Fill in your PC details then download the sound driver and controller. This when installed should do the trick. Click Start>Run then type 'dxdiag', this will give a better clue as to the problem. If you cannot find drivers, come back here with your PC model number.

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Get a new updated mixer device, then if problem persists, call manufacturer of speakers and computer.

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