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No sound from the computer

No sound is coming from the programs with audios. I removed a defective dvd drive, after replacing it after I thought I repaired it - to no avail.

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  • sybelharvey Feb 24, 2009

    I DID REINSTALL THE DRIVER, YET THE SOUND IS NOT PROJECTING

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Hello.

REinstall all the driver of your computer. Every hardware there should be a software for it. so install that driver.

melnavz

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

  • Emelio Navaja
    Emelio Navaja Feb 25, 2009

    Hello,

    What ports did you use the back panel or in the front panel. did you try this both connection.

    try start, click run and the type: "devmgmt.msc" and then click OK.

    show me a picture of this dialog box.

    if you see some question mark or error in it. that's needed to install the driver.






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