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I lost all audio!


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hey there

the problems started when I wanted to play a self-burned DVD that was encoded in the NTSC format in windows media player. it played, but I had no sound. so I installed powerdvd and it played. the second dvd encoded in the same format wouldn't play any sound in either program though. so I installed codecs and during the installation, it de-installed two files that had a similar function to the functions that the codec itself had. and now, I have no audio at all. none. not even when logging on or off. I hope the sound card isn't busted, but it doesn't look that way. can you help?

the codec pack I installed was k-lite. I have windows XP. the audio settings seemed fine, the volume is all the way up.
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i updated the drivers in the meantime, downgraded windows media player, changed the sound settings and still have nothing. i can't see the sound card in the hardware - could that be the problem? that it's not recognizing it? and how do I find out?
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alright, forget about it. you can delete this topic. I solved the problem myself.
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congratulations for figuring this issue out, sorry we couldn't help you.

since you found your solution i will be closing this topic. if you need it reopened please contact a moderator/admin.
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