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Old 08-30-2007, 01:48 PM   #1
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My old hard drive burnt out so I bought a hard drive to replace it. After I installed Windows and several and several other softwares, I tried to listen to some music, but I don't hear anything. I know my speakers are fine, because I tried them on my other computer. I also know that my integrated sound card is not broken, because it was working fine a week ago on my old hard drive. I manually updated my audio drivers, but Windows says they are all updated. I was looking at at my sound, video, and game controllers under my device manager, and I saw 7 devices (Audio Codecs, Legacy Audio Drivers, Legacy Video Capture Devices, Media Control Devices, MPU-401 Compatible MIDI Device, Standard Game Port, Video Codecs). I am not sure, but is the MPU-401 Compatible MIDI Device suppose to be there?
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make sure to volume is up in the volume control, and its not muted, also make sure your cords didnt fall out
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Old 08-30-2007, 02:05 PM   #3
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I turned my speakers up full blast and no audio is comming out. I checked the speaker cord, and it is still good.

I just tried turning up my volume on Windows manually (i usually use my keyboard hotkeys) but I discovered Windows says "No Audio Device".
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if your sound card is onboard make sure its enabled in the BIOS, and if its a sound card, turn the PC off take it out and boot into windows, then turn it off again and reinstall it along with the drivers.
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From that picture def. looks like a driver problem.
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