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  • panj May 01, 2008

    sound does have explanation mark on sound driver

  • Fernando del Valle May 11, 2010

    so I take it you have no sound on the computer whatsoever?
    What OS (operating system) do you have, Windows XP, Vista, ?
    Can you also post your Specs of the computer, such as Brand, Model Number, any relevant information



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When you open the properties window for sound in device manager, what error does it give you?

try going to the manufacturer's website for your computer and download the latest sound drivers

if all else fails you can always buy a new sound card, but lets try a few things first
the more info you provide on the computer, the better I can assist you

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First check that you have the speaker plugged into the right input (generally light green)

Is there a light on the spekers or do they hum?

Did u have sound before and check system to make sure the

sound info does not have a explanation mark on the sound driver

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