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I have no sound and yet my speakers are pluged in and turned on i think i may have done somthing to my sound card

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First you should check whether the driver for your sound card is installed properly or not. to verify follow the following steps:

  • Goto control panel and double click on System.
  • Then Click on Hardware and then Device Manager.

It will open the device manager window. See this window carefully, if there is any component with Yello mark then you have to re-install the driver for sound-card.

If you don't have any component with yellow mark then everything is ok you have just check out your Mixer Volume etc.

If any question just Ask me.

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