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Hi, I looked over all the forums and I could not find out where this goes, so I figured I would put it in this forum as it is the most active and it could be moved to it's right place. o.o

Anyways, I am on a laptop with Windows XP. I went to listen to some songs, and all I know is, I can't hear them. The volume is turned up, the computer is not muted, windows media player(and real player) are neither muted, yet I am not getting any sound. Help please? :tazz:
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:tazz: >_ <
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:tazz: ;)

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If you know which souncard you have, install the latest drivers from the manufacturers site. If it is soundblaster you may need to install from an installation disc then update them.

If you do not know which soundcard you have then get Everest and click + next to computer then summary and look at multimedia

http://www.lavalys.c...p?pid=1&lang=en

Apologies for the delay
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