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Postby GigaMetroid99 » Thu Jun 10, 2010 9:30 pm

So my speakers won't work. They haven't worked since my computer was fixed, but I figured maybe I'd get them to work somehow. I've checked a ton of times, and they're connected properly and everything, but when I check sound devices, it clearly says that there is no audio device connected. When I turn the speakers on, the little green power lights comes on, and I even get that little crackly noise when I unplug some cables and plug them back in while they're on. So I think the problem is not the speakers themselves, but my computer.
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Re: More problems (of course)

Postby Chuey » Sat Jun 12, 2010 3:10 pm

I did a little research and I believe this process should help fix your sound problem.

http://en.kioskea.net/forum/affich-5457-no-audio-no-sound-device-and-troubleshoot-is wrote:Go to Start->Settings->Control Panel->Adminstrative Tools->Services

Then locate in the list of services "Windows Audio". Open this service

If this service is showing with a Startup type set to Disabled then Select "Automatic" from the drop down list then hit apply. Then click the "Start" button.

If this service is showing with a Startup type set to Manual then Select "Automatic" from the drop down list then hit apply. Then click the "Start" button.

Next Go to Start->Settings->Control Panel->Sounds and Audio Devices then select the Volume Tab then put a tick in the box marked "Place Volume Icon in the Task Bar" then click apply.

With a bit of luck and following wind you should now have your sound restored.
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Re: More problems (of course)

Postby GigaMetroid99 » Sat Jun 12, 2010 4:49 pm

What if the Windows Audio thing is already set to Automatic, but the Audio Devices box still doesn't let you click anything because it thinks there are no speakers?
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