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Audio Device not Installed

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by ZombieNami, Sep 30, 2018.

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  1. ZombieNami

    ZombieNami Thread Starter

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    Please can someone help me, I have tried all the fixes under the sun and my audio refuses to work, it was fine a few days ago and yesterday decided to stop working. Nothing had changed on my pc.
    I tried formatting my pc which did not work, tried uninstalling and reinstalling the device, tried updating drivers but still nothing. Please, can someone help?
     
  2. texasbullet

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    Have you checked the speakers to see if they are properly connected or may be defective.
    Can you provide us with your computer make and serial or service tag number.
     
  3. ZombieNami

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    My apologies on not stating that. I have an MSI gaming laptop and the it's a GLR73D the speakers were working fine and yesterday when I wanted to do some work the audio showed an issue. When I troubleshoot the issue it says there are none but in my windows security and updates screen it show there is an issue. Not really sure what else to do
     
  4. Oddba11

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    Are you referring to built-in laptop speakers or external speakers? Have you tried using a different set of external speakers or headphones?

    Please share the exact error that you are seeing reported.
     
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