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Lost audio Lost my audio output a couple weeks ago. It has done thisoccaisionally but allways resolved on a reboot. Not thistime. Tried reloading the driver to no avail. Thenyesterday put an audio CD in to copy the tracks and to my surprise itplayed the disc and the audio output worked! Still nothingotherwise. Do I have it stuck on some setting somewhere or what?

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  • Greg Collins Mar 17, 2008

    Sorry, driver magic didn't work for me cause my stupid WinExplorer is
    broke also. Switched to Mozilla a long time ago and never need it
    except for occaisions like this.

  • alpusoft_yog Dec 05, 2008

    DOWNLODE SOUND DRIVERS

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You might want to replace the actual sound card itself.

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Try this Application it will scan your pc and give you the appropriate driver file to install: http://drivermagic.com/p/nph-wizard.php

Kind Regards, ACD

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