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Sound Card And Software Modem Problems

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#1 mgerstley


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Posted 22 January 2006 - 08:58 PM

My computer no longer plays sounds, the only sound i get out of it is a beep from inside the computer. When i go to check Device Manager, the sound card no longer shows up. The computer says that there is no sound card. The same thing for my modem. The modem can no longer be found. When i try to add new hardware, the computer finds nothing. Please Help!!

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#2 Ihab N. Z

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Posted 23 January 2006 - 05:00 AM

Why did this happen? Maybe you have moved your PC case from place to another, in a result the 2cards may lose in the slot!
Try to open your case & check on, fix your cards in a proper way, then restart your PC & see if it works.
Please let us know the result...

Important note: Unplug all the power cables before opening the case & use the antistatic for safety!

Later, :flowers:

Edited by Ihab N. Z, 23 January 2006 - 05:01 AM.

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Posted 23 January 2006 - 09:24 AM

It sounds as though your motherboard drivers are corrupted or missing. Do you have a CD that pertains to your motherboard? If so, run that. If you don't have that CD, let us know the make and model of your motherboard and we can help you find what you need. If you don't know what your motherboard is run Belarc Advisor. Look under Main Circuit Board for that.

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