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Error code 1B63:161B

I can not hear the sound , I made test for my combutor I found this error
please help me to fix the problem

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  • rkraman Mar 10, 2009

    i can't hear the sound through my internal speaker. but i can hear through my head phones. please help me to fix this problem

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Have you changed anything in your system
open device manager then click on your audio driver and do an update
when did this prob start

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