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Unplugged speakers, plugged em in -- now I don't get ANY sound

My girlfriend unplugged my PC speakers for her iPod, then plugged em back in. Now there's no sound. They are powered up (power light is on), plugged in the right port (same one as always), and aren't muted. To make matters worse, now my headphones won't even play sound when plugged directly into the PC headphone jack! What happened?

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  • camerondayto Jul 25, 2009

    What should I be looking for? My sound drivers are all up to date. Why would my sound go out with a simple unplug/replug of the speakers? Any chance this could have knocked my soundcard or something?

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Check ur sound drivers.. check whether they are uninstalled, and try to check in the sound and audio devices in control panel...

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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    M.Jeevan Chaitanya Jul 25, 2009

    May be it is possible..... because the output power is different for both the devices..

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