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Sound card after upgrading my OS there, thea is no sound from my speakers when i play my DVD. wat kud be the probo?

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Try to play your dvd files with some other players.Check for your sound driver.U may unstall it and again install it providing the correct driver for the os u are using.

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Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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