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Check and re installed driver of your audioalso check your speaker audio input connction....
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
I have had the same problem with my speakers on my desktop athome. a freind of mine who is thankfully way more tech savvy toldme that is was most likely the driver, or that i had a registry errorand the sound card wasnt communicating with the speakers properly.
he told me to run a driver scan to make sure they were all in place.
this help link should fix your problem
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