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Old 06. Aug 2013, 11:41 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Are you using external or internal speakers? If internal, make sure the volume is not muted, do a sound test from windows control panel. If no sound, most likely hardware failure. If using external speakers, make sure they are connected, if they are make sure they have power. If they do unplug them and do a sound check to see if the PC speaker is working, if not you most likely have a hardware failure. Testing sound doesn't have to be complicated. Just test the devices involved using windows sounds. There is a chance of Windows being the issue, but highly unlikely. When it comes to trouble shooting, keep it simple and isolate the issue by process of elimination. Hope you get it worked out.
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