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#1 vikas kattimani

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Posted 09 August 2015 - 08:11 AM

My audio output device not working plz help me

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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 09 August 2015 - 05:14 PM

A little more information would be useful - make/model of computer and so on - but let's see . . .


The first thing is to find out what audio drivers you have. Click 'Start - Control panel - System - Device manager (in the top left corner)'. This will bring up a screen looking like this -


[attachment=168641:Device Manager - audio devices.png]


If there is a problem with one of your drivers then it will be marked with either a red cross or a yellow exclamation. Make a note of the type - make and model - then go to the manufacturer's web-site and download the latest Win 7 drivers for it. Then install the drivers.


And don't forget the obvious possibilities - volume set to 0 or the mute switch on. Click on the loudspeaker symbol at the right hand end of the taskbar to check these.


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