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Hi I have installed a new hard drive but i dont know how to get the volume on

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Need way more information, Gill.

I'm going to go out on a limb and paraphrase your problem as:
You installed a new hard drive, reloaded the operating system and Windows (XP?) loads, but you have no volume control and hear no sounds from the speaker.

If I have guessed correctly, then you probably need to load the sound card driver.

If I have missed the boat, please submit your problem in more detail beginning with a detailed description of the problem, the operating system, how long ago this happened and what happened that may have contributed to the problem.

Visiting the e-machine website should get you to the support page with sound card drivers.

If you can't find it, let me know.


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Hi There OceanStar Thank You For Your Post

Best Solution Reboot The Computer With A New Install On Windows And See How You Go It Could Also Be A Faulty Hard Drive Try Installing A New Windows And See How You Go If Not Try Installing A New Hard Drive

Hope This Helps And Remember If You Get Time To Please Rate Me If his Helped :)

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