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Sound issues Ok so i posted a question about a week ago saying that shocked my outbound on computer and most likely fried soundcard.. Me being a cheapass and havent got to replacing it started my comp and heard that start up sounds.. after a few hours of use i turned off my computer. Now i come back to turn it on and the sounds not working. Any ideas?

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  • ohlookcupcak Jan 02, 2009

    oh sorry i forgot to extend, i went on to listening to some music after i turned it on, my bad.



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The sounds(beeps) that you hear are coming from something else inside the computer, and not your main sound card. If your sound doesnt work, even with the correct drivers, then your sound card may be broken.

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