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you can also go to device manager and on your sound device right click on it and select remove than answer yes and the computer will remove the device than restart the computer and once the computer is restarted on your taskbar you will see a found new hardware and it will install the driver for the device than it will tell you that your device is installed and is ready to be used now just go back to sounds and set everything like you want it.
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Posted on Mar 11, 2009
Make sure your mute is not on, your volume is turned up, your speakers are plugged into the correct port, and the sound drivers are installed for your sound device.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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