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First of all, check your drivers.
Check your operating sistem's compatibility with your speakers.Some versions of windows for example,can be atacked by a virus that shuts down random things, like your sound,task manager, and others. Run a full scan of your sistem. I reccoment Hitman Pro 3.7

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