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Computer speakers My speakers were working fine on my computer. I moved to another location and hooked my computer up, but no sound from the speakers. I installed windows xp and they began to work, then I rebooted my computer to save changes and they no longer worked. I got a registry cleaner and messed with the sound card volume controls and walla they work again, Until,I restarted my computer and they stopped. I have been on an endless mission trying to fix the problem but no luck. I have tryed the speakers on my cd player and they work fine, but on my computer you can hear a whaeee sound when I turn them up. Do I have a loose connection or a bad sound card? Is there anyone or any resource out there that can help me with this problem besides getting a new computer?

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    My JBL creature worked fine, and I was changing my keyboard and mouse, and the sound went out. What do I do?

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Try reinstalling the driver for the sound card. It sounds like it may be corrupt or have a conflict.

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It sounds like you have viral infections. http://housecall.trendmicro.com runs from your web browser (I would suggest using Internet Explorer). http://www.download.com/3405-8022-5153545.html?part=dl-ad-aware&subj=dl&tag=top5 This is Adaware, it will remove the spyware on your computer. This one needs to be downloaded. Finally, If you want to protect yourself from future viruses/spyware, use Mozilla Firefox (http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/) instead of Internet Explorer-the change is huge.

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    Or...the soundcard is bad, certainly.

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