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Can't get sound to work

Not sure what device or drivers to select

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With very limited details provided by you, i have given the solution below.

1. Check for the connections and Speaker
2. Check if its mute/volume and sound control options.
3. Reinstall drivers

Under the Device Manager you have "Sound Videos and Game Controllers", you need to check for the audio drivers there.

Also if you have the CD for the Sound card or the Mother Board CD, Use that to install the drivers again.

Hope this helps

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Sammy

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Posted on Jul 11, 2008

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