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No sound on the PC

I have tried to downland codecs and update device with the device manager but nothing is happening.
No sound at all on w.Media player
Help plz
Many tks no audio device on my pc

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    What Brand/Model Speakers?

    What sound card?

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Since there is no reply from poster, I assume issue resolved

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If you have the cd for the motherboard, you can install the driver for your sound. Look in device manager under sound video and game controllers, and find your sound card. I had the same problem when I put in a new hard drive, I didnt have any sound so I had to install the driver from the cd. If you don't have the cd, you can always find the driver on the web. a good site to check is www.driver.com

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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