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Well, there are a number of things you can try.
1) test the speakers on another unit, see if they work. Make sure they are plugged in and a headphone is not plugged into the machine
2) make sure the mute is not on, and that the computers volume control is turned up (this can be found on the bottom right of the task bar)
3) check the device manager (find this through the control panel). Make sure the device is enabled and drivers are current.
4) replace the sound card.
It would be helpful to know the context of your situation. Did this happen all of the sudden? Do you hear anything at all through the speakers?
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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