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66jwa

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I have the same "sounding" problem. A couple of days ago, my sounds stopped working. I, too, just get system beeps when, like, I am trying to do something else with an open dialog box; no .wav sounds, no muzic, etc. Everything else seems like its working o.k.

All my devices "are working properly". It seems like a switch somewhere... :tazz:

toshiba satellite pro 4600, Win 2000, three years old, new HD last year, everything running smoothly... no viruses, adware,...

Any thoughts? Many thanks, Tom

Edited by 66jwa, 19 June 2005 - 06:09 AM.

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I wish i could help you, lol. If I am assisted in any way i will post a message. However, i'm sure you will figure out how to solve the problem before i do.
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ok. I'll race ya! :tazz:

Boy, do I hate computer sometimes...

I don't know what to try next...

I might keep googling the problem and see if I can figure it out.
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Have you reinstalled sound drivers (i didn't read whole post), you might of deleted your speakers program
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could have, i don't remember. How would you go about doing that?
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Well, Ussally, you have a cd that comes with ur comp or speakers, if not u can google (if u know the page, go there) it and they should have it..
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what exactly should i type in? I have a dell computer with XP.
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Well who built your speakers? Go to dell.com and see if they have the drivers
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Thanks alot man, got the problem fixed.
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Np, happy to see that its fixed and your back in bussniess :tazz:

--Mycah
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