Question about Acer (54.AA806.001) Sound Card

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No sound everything else appears to be fine .help .thank you speakers are on plugged in correctly .would it be a sound card problem ?

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  • steffysieler Jan 16, 2009

    thanks everyone but still no progress

  • Anonymous Jan 17, 2009

    I have the same problem - but dum me mistakenly uninstalled my RealTek97 sound driver and I'm trying to get it back. I might need some help here.

  • Jarish Castañeda
    Jarish Castañeda May 11, 2010

    Have you installed your audio driver?

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You have to insert it into the right port. If all of the ports have been tested and audio driver was installed already and have checked whether it is not in a mute mode, then your sound card is defective.

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Do like this Push Start>>>controlpannel>>>unitmanager.. If you can see A High lighter Yellow text with you audio cards name dubble click on it. if it's all gray taged you need to Install it. or Now it shall work

If not Search after driver to your audio card internet witgh your audio card model number...

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