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No sound coming from my computer

Suddenly my computer start playing sound... in the audio property it says no device found... i already installed a audio driver but does'nt resolve the problem..

pls help me

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  • songryong Apr 20, 2008

    i already try the system restore but did'nt solve the problem.... and i already re-install it.. but does'nt resolve it also....

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I already uninstall it and install a new device but did'nt resolve it, same with the system restore.... and now... i dont how to really do it... pls help me

Posted on Apr 22, 2008

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Have you tried restarting your computer? If that didn't work try deleting the program for your sound card and try reinstalling it. If that doesn't work try a system restore, now depending on your operating system the fallowing information my not be accurate. This is for Windows XP Home edition, Click on Start>help and support>system restore. Then it will ask you what date you want to restore it to, then pick a date, then click continue or next and it should restore your system to that date. Hope this helped=)

Posted on Apr 20, 2008

  • Christian Hagner Apr 21, 2008

    Well I'm sorry, thats all i know. =(

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