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Have lost sound on pc all cables & wires seem ok but pc says no audio connected

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  • stansfiel154 Sep 12, 2009

    Have tried this but message comes up "Unable to load device manager programme file devmgr.dll"

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Reinstall your sound drivers and check device manager for any yellow marks on them
you can find device manager by right click on my computer -properties

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