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Hi abifedrik,

I see that your headset was working fine on an earlier time when you used it now you mentioned it won't even give out any sound at all.

Have you tried updating your sound drivers of maybe reinstalling the driver for your Audio card on the machine.

Possible that the driver may have kicked Off the system this happens sometimes but not that often.

Check to see if the audio driver is in device manager if it is then try uninstalling and reinstalling the driver.

If it is not detected get a fresh copy of your audio driver try installing hopefully this should fix your concern but if your grt an error installing the aduio driver then something may have gone wrong.

also checked if the headset settings are correct check if it is in Mute.

But to check further with the issue you can do a system restore on the system to an earlier dat or time when you had the Audio working o your Headset.

I hope that this will be helpful.

Have a nice day,

mvincentc

Posted on May 19, 2011

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