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Audio device... My audio device is gone and I can't get it back! What can I do?

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You need to reinstall the driver.

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If it is a no brand or not a known brand desktop, the computer must be opened and somebody must read the number on the audio card (or motherboard) to find out the model.

Posted on Nov 24, 2008

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install the audio drivers on your computer and your computer audio will be back.

U can go to device manager and then right click on audio driver and update.
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Have you actually gone into your sound and audio devices in the control panel and made sure that all the sound devices are correct and the volumes are up.

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> CONTROL PANEL DOESN'T RECOGNIZE ANY AUDIO DEVICE

That's your problem. It could be:

* the audio-device integrated on your computer's motherboard is "disabled" -- Windows cannot use it

* there is *NO* audio-device integrated on your computer's motherboard -- Windows cannot use non-existent hardware.

* Windows has not installed the correct device-drivers for the integrated audio-device.

* you have an add-in PCI audio-device, and Windows has not installed the correct device-drivers for this hardware.

Do the speakers work if the output from an iPod is connected to the input-jack on the speakers?

Do the speakers work if connected to some other computer (laptop or desktop) ?

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Check if the cable's are plugged in their correct component socket's and try using and Audio manager that help you manage how many speakers you have(Also availible in the sound and Audio Devices menu)

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you need to go to hp.com and download the latest drivers it will ask for your model number

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The Audio of my Asus notebook laptop was uninstalled.What should I do? My laptop now has no audio.


The audio driver should be on the install disc and if not go to the asus site and download it and reinstall it.Toy may also want to look in your recycle bin if you have not emptied it .
http://www.new-drivers.com/files/sound/?gclid=CL-_i7uv-ZUCFQQRswodVHSXFg

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