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Our computer was full of viruses so we took it to a technition which got rid of the viruses but wiped our computer now when we try and play music or sounds we are unable to i have checked all the wires and been on the speaker settings and cant find a fault

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As he formated the hardrive i am guessing he has not installed all the proper drivers for you machine.
See if you can find the installations CD/DVDs when you got the computer.
Usally the drivers for the soundcard are located on the same CD as the motherboard drivers.
That is ofcourse if you have not bought a separate soundcard.

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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