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I just got a new video card and remved all the cords then pluged it back in then the sound says no audio output detected what do i do?

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Video Cards do not interact with audio, so somewhere in the process you may have dislodged or incorrectly reinstalled your sound card or wires connecting your motherboard. Check to make sure the speakers are plugged into the sound panel on the back of the PC, also open the computer and make sure that the sound card (if you have one) is securely fastened into the motherboard.

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