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My Sound Keeps Completely Shutting Off


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While I'm using my computer, playing games or whatever, I don't know why or what causes this but my Sound just dies out and I either have to log out of my User or Restart my Computer to regain my sound.
Is this a trojan or a bug? Or is my soundcard dying?

Edited by M1NO, 03 July 2009 - 03:27 PM.

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Make sure that all connections are firm from the speakers to your sound card.
Give me the make and model of your computer.
About when does this problem happen?
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happens whenever it feels like it i guess
dont know happens at random times..
and how do i find out whats the make and model of my compter?
its a sony vaio
and i use earphones
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Here you go: http://esupport.sony.../modelfind.html
Come back with the model of your Sony Vaio.

Did you try using speakers?
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PCV - RS520
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Go here: http://esupport.sony.......RS520&LOC=3
Expand the audio and motherboard categories. Then download the drivers. Install them and reboot. Does the problem still happen?

Did you try using speakers?
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i will do those 2 things and no i dont use speakers.
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Ok... let me know the results. :)
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Try speakers and that will make sure it is not the earphones that are damaged.
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its not the earphones. because why would the Log off to user and Restart just magically make them work again lol
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After installing the drivers, does your sound work normally?
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yes thank you
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Sorry for taking a while to get back to you... ISP problems.

You are welcome... thank you for coming to Geeks To Go, and I hope to see you some time soon! :)
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