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I have no sound on the speakers, it says there is no audio device

It seems to me I deleted some driver, but, the device manager says all instaled feature under sound and..are working properly

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The speakers do not require drivers. The software that has been deleted is for the sound card in the computer. Before you do anything on the computer, just double check that the speakers are connected to the correct socket - usually light green colour. Then check that the speakers work by connecting to another source e.g. MP3 player or Hi-Fi or TV. If the speakers are OK then check the PC output socket with other speakers or headphones.
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Click on the START button. Then RIGHT-CLICK on My Computer, select MANAGE. Click on Device Manager in the Computer Management window. In the list that appears in the right-hand pane, click on the plus + sign next to Sound, video and game controllers. Check that no items have a yellow warnig sign and that various audio devices are listed. You should have at least AUDIO CODECS, LEGACY AUDIO DRIVERS, Manufacturer specific drivers (e.g. Realtek High Definition Audio). If the drivers are not there then you will need to re-install them, probably by downloading them. If any yellow warning signs are shown, then that driver is in error and may also need to be re-installed.
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