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I deleted some programs out of my control panel to free up space. Now my speakers do not work. I think I deleted something that I need. What do I have to do to get my speakers to work.

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Do a system restore on machine - that will help , find it in all programs- accessories-system- system restore and restore your system to previous day like a 2 days or last checkpoint date

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Maybe... you need to free up.... space..? (Sorry, could not resist...)

That is, try to delete files or empty the virtual Trash Bin. If you are certain that there should be enough free space, try a filesystem check. In windows, open the windows explorer (NOT internet-explorer), right-click on the drive-letter, choose properties->tools. There is something like "check for errors". (this depends on version and language of the OS).

I had a program that couldn't cope with too much free space. Almost filling up the drive with some random files made the program work. Ok, this was 20 years ago.

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I was trying to remove a few unrequired programs from my computer so i went to the add and remove programs in the control panel...i deleted something by mistake and now the sound in my computer is not...


Yes, it is the problem with the Audio Driver. Click here to go to the website which will allow you to download Audio Drivers for free. Download them and install to have your speakers working again. Don't forget to rate the solution.

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To free up disk space you need to delete files etc... that you do not need or because they are already saved, in other words backed up onto disk.
Double click on the add/remove programs icon which can be found in the control panel.
A list is displayed, go through the list and delete/remove some programs that you definitely don't use.

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Check what free space you have on your C: drive.
You need at least 3 to 4 GB of free space for windows to work properly.
Download and use CCleaner ( if you have windows XP, put a tick in the delete hottfix uninstallers), run the cleaner, the registry cleaner and then go to tools/ uninstall and delete as much as you can, all those programs you have not used in ages.
If you cant download due to lack of space, just goto control panel and find the uninstall programs, and delete stuff from there

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My speakers arent making a sound .


It is not software for the speakers you need.

you should check your hardware on the computer first.

Call up the volume control and check that none of the "MUTE" boxes are ticked.

If you get an error starting the volume control you may have deleted the drivers for your sound card.

You should also check out your hardware from the control panel, system, hardware, device manager. If you see any exclamation marks by any hardware that is where you should start.

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My harmon/kardon speakers do not work


You seem to have uninstalled the driver for your soundcard, Identify the soundcard and find the drivers and install it back (Easier option is to get in touch with your hardware manufacturer) - Alternately : you can do a system restore to a date when it was working well. (on WinXP - Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore)

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