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After pluging my desk top to an external speakers ther was aspark and then there was no sound in my desktop what i should do i checked the control panal it say sound is working properly should i put a new sound card? \r\nthanks

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The external speakers most likely generated electrical feedback to your computer. If you can plug in headphones and get sound from them, then your computer's sound card should be OK. If not, then the electrical feedback has damaged your computers sound card. Sound cards are fairly inexpensive thankfully.

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