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jqs27

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Hi -

I've been spending days/weeks trying to solve the fact that I have no sound on my computer. No Windows sound at login or shutdown. When I put a CD it plays but with no sound. When I put a DVD it does not even recognize it.

I' ve tried restoring, checked the drivers which seem ok but nothing seems to work


Thank you very much for your help
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Makaveli213

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Hello,

With the drivers do you see a Yellow ! next them in the Device Manager? Are you sure they are the right Drivers? Have you checked the sound settings in the Windows Control Panel to see if you have volume setup and nothing muted. Have you double checked teh input on the back where teh speakers plug into the sound card to make sure they are in the right input?

Cheers,
Mak
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I think, there is a IRQ or DMA address is conflict to the sound card adrress, you can check from control panel - system - click device tab and then double click sound card, use resource tab select manual setting, and change the address.

Good luck...
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