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No sound I have no speakers on my computer, but there still had been sound. I was doing two things at once that made noise and suddely somehow it all went quiet. The volume is way up but it seems like it's on mute. I need the sound for a report now.

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:) that sound comes from an inbuilt buzzer in your system

if you click start the run and type cmd and hit enter a command prompt will appear

type beepand hit enter, you will hear the sound,, It can be used for anything else than system alerts :)


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