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My computer says i have no audio device cant ajust volume

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  • r3ynita Dec 31, 2008

    ok well i computer was going all wrong so i had to put in this recovery cd that emachine sent me. i did wat i told me and it erased all the programs i downloaded but it also erased the thing that adjusts the volume .... so i cant hear anything. WHAT DO I DO??

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YOU NEED TO FIND OUT WHAT TYPE OF AUDIO CARD IS INSTALLED IN THE PC.EMACHINES WEBSITE MAY HAVE A AUDIO DRIVER DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE.YOU WILL NEED TO GO TO THE WEBSITE,ENTER YOUR MODEL# AT SUPPORT AND DRIVERS PAGE AND LOOK FOR A AUDIO DRIVER DOWNLOAD FOR YOUR MODEL #

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Check the connection between your speaker and your computer. You can also try using a headphone if it produces sound. If none seems to work, then scan your computer with RadarSync to check if the drivers are updated. If the sound driver is outdated, then you would need to update them. You can use RadarSYnc to update by it's not free but affordable and worth your money.

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