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No sound from speakers

Acelapage: Thanks for the quick reply. I did check out the speakers and they work OK. Also cllicked on the speaker icon in task bar to get the volume controls. All are full up or on HIGH. I had this problem before and fixed it - of course I have no idea what I did. There are speaker(s) in the LCD screen and 2 others attached by USB wire. Its the wire ones that are out. Screen type will not work and have not for some time. Sadly the system restore point does not go back far enough. I'll just have to press on. Thanks again. Ace

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No problem. In the meantime, I've forwarded your post to a friend of mine who is an IT administrator and network guy. Hopefully I'll hear back shortly and I'll post what he says.

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