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I just bought an aspire t180 and my sound is not working

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Re: can you help me?

Happy holidays! Mullins...
As you know, you got a 7.1 sound card, so you have a 7.1 configuration sound speakers, too, or 5.1 then you are fine on that, IF you got ENABLE on BIOS your integrated sound you should be fine. so be on your mixer and see if all is on and volume up, test with a MUSIC CD, check cables and that be ok, but if apart from that you got no sound, or drivers are not installed correctly then have a problem with onboard audio, time to use the warranty, or RMS the system.
hope this help you decide.

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