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First,click on the icon at the bottom of your Desktop. Check that the volume is OK by slidint the delector to the top. Then go to your Control Panel and click on the icon for "Sounds", then select "Properties", and check that everything works. If you still have no joy, go to your sesktop, press "Start", and right-click on "My Computer". Then click "Hardware", then click "Device Manager". Scroll down the list to "System Devices", and right-click "speaker". Then click "Properties", and click "Trouble-shoot". If this doesn't fix the problem, using the "Properties" page again, click on "Uninstall". Then on the "Device Manager" page, right-click on "Computer" then click "Scan for Hardware Changes". If this doesn't re-install your speakers, go back to the Control Panel. and select the second icon, " Add a new Device," and tell it you want to add a System Speaker. I think that covers all the bases, and you will get it going again somewhere along the journey.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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