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Speaker problem my speaker is in working condition.but i can't hear any sound from my speaker.please solve my problem

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I cant open my hardware sound

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First check the easy stuff, wires, plugs green go to your control panel and double click on sound, down at the bottom you see speaker settings, speaker volume and advanced.
check your speaker volume hear- then click on advance-speaker tab- drop down box -select your set up- (2.1 = two speakers and a sub woofer). And make sure it is correct...then the performance tab- both slides all the way right.
Now if that is all good- uninstall your sound drivers and go to realtek and download the latest drivers for your sound card/or onboard.
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