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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Ray LEMANSKI, Apr 20, 2004.

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  1. Ray LEMANSKI

    Ray LEMANSKI Thread Starter

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    We Have No Sound. Even When Not On Line. I Went To Play Games Off Line And Still No Sound. We Did Get A Card And Opened It. There Was Sound With The Card. We Have Aol. There Is No Welcome, You've Got Mail, Or Anything Else. When I Go Play Games On Pogo No Sound. Please Help Me To Find The Problem. I Went Into Control Panal.....sound.....there Was Three Different Audio Systems. Two Said Enabled. One Said Enabled But An Unknown Source Is Interferring. I Am Computer Illiterate. Please Help Me.

    Thank You
    Ray Lemanski
     
  2. oldie

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  3. ~Candy~

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    Hi and welcome. What operating system?

    Also, I'm moving you to hardware, as 'other software' is not the best place for this question ;)
     
  4. fatcat6499

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    Alright.... I dont want to make you sound stupid I had this problem before and it was simply the sound was muted in the Volume Control. To make sure

    (supposeing you use winxp)

    1.Click on StartMenu
    2.Go to All Programs
    3.Go to Accessories
    4.Go to Entertainment
    5.Go to Volume Control
    6.Make Sure everything isnt muted.


    Hope this helps its some times the simple things we overlook that make a differance
     
  5. nana3

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    i checked all this out still no sound on pogo or club pogo games.

    nana03
     
  6. redbeardsghost

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    OK, what you need to do first is figure out whather your computer will make any sound at all. Open your control panel, then open sounds and audio devices. click on the sounds tab at the top. click on any of the speaker icons. press the play button. It's a little triangle next to the browse button. If it makes a sound, then the problem is a software setting somewhere. If it doesn't, it's hardware. Probably.
     
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