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Sounds Issues. Issue? No sound.


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Hey, I just got my computer back from a major fix...and this is one problem since then I haven't been able to remedy. Have a looksie at the screenshot below and see if you can help. Basically though, the problem is I have no sound. Nothing. Can anyone help please?Soundprob.PNG
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that seems to indicate you have two different sound cards in there---an old soundblaster and what is likely an integrated audio solution

Since the realtek is working, my guess is that you plugged your speakers into the soundblaster (which is not)
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Oh, cool. I found a port that works for it...XD Strange, it used to be that the Soundblaster worked, and the other didn't. Weird how things change..o.o Thanks for your help. =3
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