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No Sound On Pc?!?

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#1 Scaryfairy


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Posted 06 March 2006 - 12:35 AM

I bought a custom built pc back on dec 1st and it works fairly well...but i dont have any sound..my pc doesnt have the speaker in bottom right of screen..and it also doesnt say a speaker is connected when i try to plug in speak wire to the pc ports...anyone know what i could do to get sound? ive tryed headphones but they only work sometimes..becuz i play a mmorpg "World of Warcraft" and the headset wont work with that..but speakers do..(becuz ive played on other pcs with sound)....but does anyone know what to do? or a better place to find the answers?

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#2 River_Rat


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Posted 06 March 2006 - 05:10 PM

We need to first make sure you have a sound card installed.
Do you see where the speakers are suppose to plug-in in the back of the computer??
Is your sound card built into the MB or is it a PCI card??
You can tell this by looking at where the speakers plug-in.
If it is down toward the bottom it is probable PCI.
If it is up by your USB & Parallel ports then it is built-in.

Look in the Device Manager and see if Sound is listed, make sure there is no yellow :thumbsup: by any devices.

Device Manager
Right Click My Computer>Properties>Hardware Tab>Device Manager Button

Supply the Make & Model of your MB (MotherBoard).
The easiest way is to take the side off your computer and it will be printed on the MB.
The Model number will be printed, I can get the Make if it isn't printed.
That way we don't have to download any programs.
If you want to download a program that will tell you all about your system I recommend:


#3 FunTech


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Posted 06 March 2006 - 10:11 PM

Flash fix sound page:

If the previous reply and this one doesn't fix your problem, let us know.

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