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No sound is coming from my speakers &headphone

No sound is coming from my speakers &headphone

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  • Anonymous May 20, 2009

    i went to listen to a video email and no sound came out i had turned the speakers up to high and still nothing.

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Do you have already installed your models sound driver. If not, you can download it on google and then type your system model. Or your speaker is not functioning. Or it is not properly connected on you CPU.

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No sound is coming from my speakers

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