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Caleb!

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hey, i just ran through an entire process of cleaning my system with Thunderbird 1988

and my problem didnt go away.

My computer isn't recognizing any speakers i plug unto it.


And, well.

I'd love to know what was wrong.

=/

Please help!
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Hello Caleb,

What is the make/model of you PC?

Have you tried to reinstall the Audio Driver?

Click Start > Run > type devmgmt.msc

Look under Sound and Multimedia. Do you see any entries with ? or !

Remove the entries and restart Windows.
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haha,

within 20 minutes of posting this, my motherboard fried.

So my mom and I picked out a new computer, monitor, and some killer bose speakers.


thanks anyways.

:]
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I guess that is one way to fix it. Thanks for posting back to inform us.
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Hello Caleb,

What is the make/model of you PC?

Have you tried to reinstall the Audio Driver?

Click Start > Run > type devmgmt.msc

Look under Sound and Multimedia. Do you see any entries with ? or !

Remove the entries and restart Windows.


What do you mean by remove entries? I have the same problem that there is no sound, but I was messing inside the computer and then no sound. I didn't unplug anything. I tried installing new sound card but nothing seemed to work. I didn't do as you suggested and am wondering if I might try that route.

Thank you
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