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Solved: No audio after a while

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Sharma7, Oct 30, 2011.

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  1. Sharma7

    Sharma7 Thread Starter

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    Basically, what happens to me is that my audio goes away after a while. At startup, its working fine, but after a while there is no more sound. When I restart, it works again. So its like a cycle. A cycle that I would like to avoid. Its very annoying that I have to restart my computer after a while to listen to music again..
    I don't know why this happens.
    Why does it happen and how do I fix it???

    My sound drivers are installed (I have an integrated sound card). I did not modify any drivers lately, nor did I install any new programs that could affect sound. My sound is turned all the way up, my speaker is plugged in, and when I go to sound options, it detects my speakers as "default device" with a green check-mark by it.. My specs are available if you click the ""computer specs" thing by my username.
     
  2. abc12345

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    Try and uninstall your sound driver and reboot.+
     
  3. Firebreather

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    Besides what abc12345 suggested, I'd advice you to check the cables as well.
     
  4. Sharma7

    Sharma7 Thread Starter

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    Never mind, I fixed it.
    It took hours. I did a virus scan just in case, and voila, I found 2 files called svchost.exe and userlib.exe.
    I deleted both, restarted. And voila, it was fixed.
     
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