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Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by denise101161, Oct 25, 2007.

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  1. denise101161

    denise101161 Thread Starter

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    Help this pc is driving me nuts, kept looping had it repaired, bloke system restored it? now i have no sounds:( please can anyone advise
    P.s dont understand computer language i need lots of help
    thanks:eek:
     
  2. Armiris

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    Maybe a problem with your sound drivers. Do you have a driver disk that came with your computer?
     
  3. denise101161

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    no the computer was given to me a year or so ago
     
  4. gamerbyron

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    I would personally need you to check if you have any erros.

    Go to Contral Panels, System, I think "Hardware", "Device Manager and check if you have errors. And Tell me what kind of sound device you have.
     
  5. denise101161

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    Hi when i have gone to the device manager everything looks fine every thing has a + next to it, sound device when i clicked on sounds, videos and game cont i then had a - went through audio codec,audio drivers and it said they all worked ok, i am none the wiser infact im very confused does this make any sense to you? thanks 4 all your help i do appreciate it
     
  6. gamerbyron

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    What kind of Sound device, you have.

    Download Belarc, just Google Belarc
     
  7. denise101161

    denise101161 Thread Starter

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    does this make any sense multimedia- unimoden half duplex audio device. local drive volumes c:(NFTS ON DRIVE 0) 80.02 72.35 GB
    GB free
    I'm sorry embarrassed i dont know what im talking about, has this got anything to do with the no sound problem?
     
  8. gamerbyron

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    We need to know what sound driver/device are you using.
     
  9. wtxcowboy

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    go back into device manager & look 4 anything marked (WDM) & right click & click update driver. windows should find your drivers 4 U (y)
     

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