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RamzaRuglia

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Right so my speakers arent playing any sound, nothings muted, its turned on and the speakers still work, ive checked them on a different computer. I have the latest driver for them. This is on XP btw. I have no clue what else to do so any help is welcome. Thanks
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Reinstall sound driver.
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EDIT: Ok i reinstalled the driver, now I dont get anymore error message, but still no sound.

Edited by RamzaRuglia, 08 November 2009 - 04:58 PM.

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You didn't say, you're getting error messages and what they're saying.
You don't have ANY sounds (internet, windows, music CD)?
Any errors in Device Manager?
Where did you get your driver from?
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Well error messages are gone now but they were from my music player, Zune. It just gave an error message saying no sound was found. It under audio and sound devices in the control panel every thing was grayed out.

But thats all normal now. No more error messages and sound stuff in control panel looks fine.

I have no sound what so ever. But things appear to work as if it was just muted or turned of, but I'm sure that their all turned on and not muted.

No errors in my device manager.

What I did to get it here was remove the device from the device manager and reinstall it with my computers restore disk. So the driver came from there.
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I'm afraid, your sound chip has died.
You may need to get real sound card (they start @ $15).
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