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No sound I recently had the graphic card replaced in the tower. I cannot get sound back.

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  • Greg Koelln May 11, 2010

    If your sound card was built into the previous graphic card, then you disabled the graphic card, that could explain it as well.

  • Frank
    Frank May 11, 2010

    you may accidentally pop loose the audio card. check the audio card, make sure it is seated

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If it still persists then do the same procedure with the CPU fan located on the inside of the tower.. this is a bit tricky but you seem tech saavy enough to do so but anyways this is the link for a step by step procedure of getting inside your desktop

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