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Microphone and external bose speakers stopped working

This happened at about the same time, is the sound card bad?

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It is not by sound card only ,check the sound utilities,driver ,and master volume control,
if all correct just remove the side panel (if u have PCI sound card or separate sound card) and remove the sound card and replug it,
if now not working u call to technition
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