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I recently reformatted my computer, and now my computer cannot find my speakers. They are plugged in and turned on, but under audio it says "no audio device". Here's a screenshot of my devices
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Edited by Kam988, 21 February 2008 - 02:46 PM.

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Looks like you're missing drivers for your chipset, video, and audio, as well as other devices I don't recognize. Go to your manufacturer's support site to get these drivers.
Because your chipset drivers aren't installed, Windows can't see the chipset, and thus can't see your audio.

Good luck!
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looks like your dial up modem is also not installed.... As said above you need to install the drivers for those devices so windows knows how to use them... the first one you need to install is the chipset driver, and then problably the video driver after that it doesn't much matter what order you install them in....
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