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Audio Output device is not recognized

My wife hit a website, with sound that even after closing all internet explorers, would not go away. We could not locate any programs in Task Manager or services running that could be causing it, so we disabled the audio output device. Assuming it would be re-enabled or be able to be re-enabled on next start up. Now multiple startups later, still unable to find the device to re-enable it. Can't find it in Device Manger, under sound in control panel says no device installed. How can I re-enabled that audio output device?

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  • Barb-F Jul 18, 2008

    Sounds are back... thanks....

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Just reinstall the sound drivers from the mother board cd

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