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I received a alert on the computer that there was a JAVA update that needed 2 B installed. I clicked the "OK" button and installed it. After it was installed I went 2 Pandora to listen 2 some music but no sound was coming out of the speakers. Could the update have silenced the speaker? If so, do I just remove the update or do I remove all of JAVA? If so how do I do that and then reinstall JAVA?
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:welcome: jdeboo01

Not sure what OS you are using so if XP try last known good configuration and for Vista, Windows 7/8/8.1 try a system restore point, whichever is used should revert the computer back to a point before the issue happened.

Let us know how you get on.
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