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  • christoph751 Nov 17, 2008

    i dont av eny sound divces on my system what do i do can somone help plz

  • christoph751 Nov 18, 2008

    yes that right a sound devicei need, and its a
    computer pc not laptop and am not sure if its a mp3 phone stereo am not that well up on that side.do u av a idea in what to do plz.

  • Terry Rodgers Jr.
    Terry Rodgers Jr. May 11, 2010

    do you mean sound devices?also i need to know if this a computer,mp-3,phone,stereo ect....thanx for using fix-ya.

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Welcome to FixYa! I just stumbled across this post as it is in the category for "Receivers" which refers to home stereo components rather than PCs. The important details to solve this issue is the brand or motherboard, whether the sound output -the little lime-green mini-connector - is plugged into the back or front audio connector on the PC or a separate sound card in a PCI slot, and the operating system. With Windows XP, for example, go to Start>Control Panel>System>Device Manager and look for a yellow exclamation mark (!) next to any of the categories. That will tell me that there is a device driver issue.    If you try to reinstall or update the driver there you will be asked to insert the cd for the motherboard, sound card, XP or whatever driver installation software that came with the computer or search the Internet like Windoes Update.   The absolute best way to go is to go to your PC manufacturer's website and download the original chipset drivers which always includes the audio drivers. Post back if you need to know more along with any more detail about your system. regards, Steve Medley

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I'm sorry,still having a problem understanding your probleM(THERE I SAID IT)r u trying to say you have no sound on your computer(& it keeps coming up no sound devices)

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