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  • well first thing I would check is to see if you have drivers for your audio devices installed start control panel system hardware tab device manager now look and see if there is a yellow? where audio is if so the driver is missing or corrupt etc use CD that came with audio card and reinstall. you also can check on control panel sounds and audio devices make sure sound is not muted slider is set to high click advanced and see that it is set to type of speakers you are using speaker volume is turned up also make sure on back of PC case that you have speakers pluged in to right color codes holes now if you don't have CD for drivers use the form to help you find them; FINDING DRIVERS GO TO www.driverguide.com JOIN FOR FREE LET THE SITE SCAN SYSTEM THIS TELL YOU WHAT’S ON YOU SYSTEM AND LETS SITE KNOW ALSO SO THEY CAN HELP YOU LOOK FOR THINGS YOU ARE NOW FREE TO SEARCH FOR DRIVERS ONCE YOU FIND THEM, DOWNLOAD TO YOUR DESKTOP FOR YOUR OWN PROTECTION SCAN FILE BEFORE OPENING, THIS IS A GOOD PRACTICE THEN GO TO CONTROL PANEL SYSTEM HARDWARE DEVICE MANAGER RIGHT CLICK ON THE ITEM THAT NEEDS DRIVER AND LET WIZARD INSTALL DRIVER (THIS SITE ALLOWS UP TO 10 FREE DOWNLOADS PER DAY, THE ONLY THING YOU WILL HAVE TO DO IS RATE YOUR FILES THAT YOU FOUND) SMALL PRICE FOR FREE SOFTWARE
  • Update or reinstall the drivers. If u using a usb connection, try plugging it in another port.

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