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doesnt recognize headset after crash

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by immortal789, Nov 3, 2018.

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  1. immortal789

    immortal789 Thread Starter

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    my pc crashes when i accidentally hit it with my computer chair while gaming (not always) this time after it crashed i restarted pc and now it doesnt recognize my headset it had been recognizing before the crash it says "No speakers or headphones are plugged in. so i pretty much have 2 problems: 1) why does it crash when i accidentally hit it with the computer chair and 2. how to fix the audio. thanks beforehand!
     
  2. tecknurd

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    The computer is telling you that don't make playing a game a big deal. It's just a game. So what you are at the bottom of the board. Control your temper. Play for fun.

    Throwing a headset or anything that is connected to the computer will damage the connector. Also, it can cause a short circuit. The short circuit can cause all sorts of problems. The hitting can weaken solder joints and a slight hit or a rumble of something will make it power off or freeze. It's best that you self discipline your self by taking a week off from the game.
     
  3. immortal789

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    I think you misunderstood me. I did not throw the headset nor hit the pc. I had my headset on and was just loading the game. Then when i just tried to get closer to the pc my chair hit the pc (not hard at all) and then it crashed. And that is not normal. So I'm just wondering what's wrong with the pc and how i could fix it.
     
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