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I am getting no sound from any of the jacks etc.

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  • max bernard Apr 08, 2011

    I tried what suggested and windows did install a driver but still no sound.

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I would have to say that your drivers are corrupt. Click on control panel and then system and then Hardware tab. Next click on the device manager and validate that the sound drivers are working. If you uninstall the driver by right clicking on it then reboot and Windows will find automatically.

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  • techsupp64 Apr 16, 2011

    go to the Start button --> Control Panel --> Sounds and Audio Devices --> Volime Tab
    Does it state No Audio Device? If so you have a sound card problem. Probably need to replace it. Sorry.

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