Question about Computers & Internet
I really know nothing about computers... i opened my pc, then about to watch a movie then i noticed that there is no sound. so i checked on the sounds and devices in control panel and found out that under the audio tab, that there is "no audio device". i looked in the hardware and it says that "it works properly". so i really dont know what to do. i hope that you could help me. i also dont know where to go when a friend is telling me to look for or asking me the model of the pc and properties or watever of the sound card. im poor when it comes in computer.. Thank You! and i hope someone could help me regarding this stuff. =) im Porcia btw.
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Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Try deleting the driver in the "Device Manager"
and reboot or have your friend take a look at it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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that your speaker type is correct for your particular computer setup, then click the performance tab and make sure the hardware accelloration and sample rate conversion quality are both set all the way to the right (full and best).
Also on the audio tab, make sure that the correct sound card device is selected as your default device. You can find out what sound card device you have by going to device manager, by going to either computer, right click, select properties, hardware tab, click on device manager, open devices, look for sound, video and game controllers. See what sound device is listed there. That should be your sound card.
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