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Solved: i deleted my sound?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by th0m0-6, Apr 16, 2011.

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  1. th0m0-6

    th0m0-6 Thread Starter

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    hey there.

    last night, after connect my laptop through hdmi to my tv i might of 'disabled' my sound on my laptop speakers.

    so i went start>(typed in sound)Sound>Playback

    then i clicked the properties on one of the options and then click disable.

    so now it has deleted it from the whole list =(

    silly me. And now i don't know how to get it back.
    ever since, there hasn't been any sound through the left and right speakers on the laptop.

    if it may help. using win 7 64 bit on a Toshiba satellite

    thanks =)
     
  2. TekTime

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    so now it has deleted it from the whole list =(
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    Could you please explain exactly what was deleted, and what list you are referring to, for better assistance?
     
  3. th0m0-6

    th0m0-6 Thread Starter

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    well, the option (for e.g there is one option called "Line 1")

    i cant remember what it was called... but after i disabled it.. it deletes itself from the list. i can't simple click it again and enable it again. its no where to be seen.

    there use to be four in the list. now there is two.

    one being "line 1" and the other being the "samsung 3"

    maybe if i add a print screen picture?
     
  4. th0m0-6

    th0m0-6 Thread Starter

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    oh goodness. found it.

    To fix this problem: (for people in the future)

    Right click and then click "show disabled devices"

    thanks anyway (Y)
     
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