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No Audio Issue

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#1 sporkingotn


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Posted 13 November 2012 - 08:57 PM

My problem: I have no audio.....

So my power supply blew last week and i ordered a new one. Installed the PSU turned the PC on and now the audio just doesn't want to work.

There are no Device errors in the device manager under the sound categories.

I have uninstalled all Sound drivers and reinstalled.

I have uninstalled all codecs and reinstalled.

The speakers i use are working perfectly with any other device.

My computer detects if i connect or disconnect my speakers.

If i click my volume up the green bar rise's showing sound
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Device Mgr.
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Please help me.....I can reformat my CPU as well but i really don't want to.

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#2 hamluis



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Posted 15 November 2012 - 05:38 PM

In Device Manager...uninstall each HD device listed...and the Realtek controller...then reboot and install just the Realtek audio drivers.


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