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My Packard Bell computer with built in speakers in the monitor has suddenly stopped producing sound. Done all the various system checks and Realteck is working OK. Cleaned the keyboard this morning could I have accidently activiated a PF Key that stops the sound, if so what combination turns the sound back on. Thank you

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Have recently downloaded a program?

Some download progs have the ability to wipe the sound card, why don't know.
Try your PF Key to see if it cancel's and resumes making noise". Could try a "RESTORE" point?
You have to reinstall sound driver, hopfully you have a copy

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