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No sound on start up XP home edition


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DEEFA

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After firing up PC I have no sound until I click onto speaker icon tick and untick mute box.
I am running XP Home Edition. I have checked sound windows, Booted in safe mode, done system restore but cannot return it to its normal operation. Does any one have an answer
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If you don't get any good help, try a repair install ! I had to do one when i had sound problems that all the help i got did not fix it but repair install fixed it !!
Hope this helps, gl !!
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Thanks flashh4. Not familiar with repair install only novice at this. I had a look on windows disk menu and did not see this function. Disc came with PC. I assume you reload XP home edit. Is this correct.
Thanks Deefa
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How to repair XP (if this is the only option left)

http://www.geekstogo...ws-XP-t138.html
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Have you gone into the control panel....the sounds and audio devices...then on the volume tab click on advanced and uncheck all the boxes there?
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