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I would first check the driver for your sound card. From the start button, go to control panel,then performance and maintanance, then system, finally device manager. Scroll down, listed is all the hardware installed on your system. Are there any yellow question marks to the left of any listed devices, especially having to do with audio systems? If there are click on the device, go to properties and then to update drivers. If your sound was operating earlier the drivers should be on your system files and update as needed.Depending on how up to date you are on your windows updates, you may also have an option to search the internet for drivers. Another option is to install a free software program, AIDA 32. After installation it lists all system hardware and even gives links to download drivers.I have at times had to use the option of choosing which driver to install in the previously mentioned device manager, but this is a trial and error meathod and I only use it as a last resort.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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