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Sound output not available

Sound output is not available while I installed any drivers

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  • mathaitj Feb 02, 2009

    I have windows media player, sound output is not muted

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Hi..make sure that u have unchecked
the mute option.If u doesn't it will not
play any type of sound.
check it out.
thank u..

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

  • Hariharanath V Feb 02, 2009

    hi..Make sure in ur master volume

    mute option is unchecked.Even if that is

    checked ur output volume will be

    dead.

    thanks..

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