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Sound Went Out...

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#1 stainboy


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Posted 05 May 2008 - 05:43 AM

get this:
im playing TF2 and all of a sudden my sound dissapears, totally.
i log out and restart the game, same.
i try and play an mp3, nothing.
i reboot, still no sound.

there was no popping or clicking from the speakers when it went.
just all of a sudden, silence.
these speakers are fairly old...

heres the thing, im not really a hardware guy.
granted i hand selected all the parts for this rig, but i had someone else build it.
i dont really know how to work on hardware, specifically, i dont even know which holes on the sound card are the ones i plug speakers into w/o trial and error. thats every time mind you, i never remember which they are.
w/o sound, and w/o any quality replacement for the speakers to even test with, im at a loss as to what to do?

is it a problem with the speakers (most likely), some software (doubtful as ive made no recent changes), wiring... who knows right?

my question i guess is this:
what should i test to see what needs fixing, and how?

many thanks in advance and appologies if this was posted incorrectly.

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#2 stainboy

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Posted 05 May 2008 - 05:57 AM

okay... ya'll never belive this.
Joe Pesci totally came over and fixed it.
sorry for the waste of time guys;
mods go ahead and delete the post.

#3 Sneakycyber


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Posted 05 May 2008 - 04:51 PM

How did he fix it? New speakers? In the future you can use a set of headphones to test the computer. The speakers usually plug into the green port. Although on some HD audio or 7.1 cards the colors can change.
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