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Speakers no longer working

My speakers are not being recognized it says that i have no speakers attacted but the computer still makes the generic beep when error messages come up. Sound plays fine when i play World of Warcraft.

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Unplug teh speakers, restart the computer, plug in the speaks, the system should pickup the speakers.

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