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sound has gone kaput


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Wilm0chimp

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Yesturday i was fiddling around with the speaker arrangement on my surround sounds subwoofer, and the sound disappeared

anyway long story short, ive tried different speaker systems / headphones, and the line in ports for headphones at the front, and on the soundcard at the bank - basically i get sound playing, but its INCREDIBLY QUIET

i mean, its so quiet that on max volume in everything (windows , using VLC etc) its barely audible, you have to have an ear right next to a speaker


im fairly computer literate, and im sure its nothing obvious im missing. Does anyone have any idea what could cause this problem ?
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hi there. welcome to geekstogo!

take a look in device manager. reinstall your sound card from there and reboot your machine, let windows go online and find the correct driver.

let me know how it works out.

emery.

Edited by emery, 15 December 2006 - 03:12 PM.

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sorry i forgot to add, i downloaded and reinstalled two separate drivers (one older and one new )

didnt help
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