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Nicola

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Have just followed all your instructions for Mallware Removal and now have no sound on my computer when trying to listen to music, and when my daughter tries to play on her dora explorer disks.

Can hear buzzing from the speakers though.

Any ideas.
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bobthemailman

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hi,
did you reinstall windows or run a windows repeair. if so your sound driver was probably deleted because it was not a signed driver. go to My computer>control panle> system> hardware>Device manager.
then look for a yellow exlamation piont, red x or qestion mark. for all of those x's and ?'s and !'s you see those are devices like a sound card without a drvier. if your computer is a manufactured computer you should have a series of disks that came with it and the drivers will be there. if you dont you will have to find the driver on the internet.


Bob :tazz:

Edited by bobthemailman, 12 January 2006 - 06:19 AM.

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ZEUS_GB

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Are the speakers plugged in to the right socket on the back? The correct socket in labelled line out and is green.
Is the volume on the PC muted?

Edited by ZEUS_GB, 12 January 2006 - 08:30 AM.

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Nicola

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Managed to sort out the sound problem, connection was not in fully on the back of my base unit (sorry but that's how thick/stupid I am when it comes to computers.

Sorry 4 wasting your time.

Thanks

Nicola.
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ZEUS_GB

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Don't worry about it i've done that before!

Glad you got it working!
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