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No Sound With RealTek Audio, tried EVERYTHING

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by ThatGuyFromStuff, Feb 13, 2010.

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  1. ThatGuyFromStuff

    ThatGuyFromStuff Thread Starter

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    I plugged in some speakers to hear better for a movie, and when i took them out my computer had no sound. CHecked all the setting, everything is up and not muted but when i open the control deck it's on zero and if i turn it up, that doea nothing and it goes back to zero if i close it and open it again. In the windows settings, the realtek audio device is set as default, so thats not the problem either. It was working perfectly fine before, but something is wrong. And yes, I tried to restart.

    Any help would be appreciated
    Thanks,
    David
     
  2. huggie54

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    does your speakers work when they are plugged in again,if so shove the speaker plug in/out rapidly in the socket half a dozen times,any change.
     
  3. ThatGuyFromStuff

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    wasn't my speaker, but i had tried plugging it back in and it didn't work. Doesn't matter now though because i went to my control panel and clicked the "fix problems with sound playback" or whatever it said and then i didn't have the problem with my control deck but there was still no sound. I ust tried plugging in headphones and those work but when i take them out the speakers don't work so theres no sound again.
    i usually only use headphones anyway so it's not that bad but i don't currently have a good fully-working pair so...yeah, still a problem
     
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