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No sound i plugged my speakers into my pc and no sound is coming from them. i tried to plug them in both the front and back with no results.

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  • hemachandra Dec 25, 2007

    Not able to get audio in my p.c. Do i need a audio driver? I have a intel p4 p.c.with intel mother board

  • kroush Dec 26, 2007

    hi, i got problem in my pc and i reinstilled windows xp after that i missed the sound (i don't have the cd for my sound card ) i do not know how to get my sound back ,,please can you advise me to come over this problem

    thanks

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Hi if you press start then go to control panel it will give some more options press on your sounds and audio devices possibly you sound is only on mute so you need to untick mute box.if this does not work in control panel you can to system click on hardware tab then on device manager will bring up lots of stuff go down to sounds,game controls click on it should show your a few devices look for your audio device click on it will tell if device is working and also let update driver try it see if that makes it work.
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