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Your device may have a problem or be diabled. Get to your "device manager" in your "control panel". Click "start", find control panel and click to open. In your list, or group of icons, find device manager. Right click on and open, them click continue. Click on the box with + next to "audio sound and game controllers". You will have a drop down of your devices. If you have any kind of warning sign, click on that. IRight click on each device, one at a time, and a window will open where you will see "disable" or "enable". If you see enable, click on that. Do this for all items in list. Next, right click on each, one at a time and click on properties. You should have a window that comes up "this device is working properly". You should have a speaker icon in your taskbar at lower left of you screen. Right click on that and click on "open sound mixer". and adjust your volume. If this doesn't work for you let me know at "add a comment"
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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