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#1 schmo_lh

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Posted 19 September 2006 - 08:27 AM

i have recently reformatted my computer, and no it says that there is no audio device. my speakers were workingn perfectly fine before i reformatted the computer and they seem to very perfectly fine now. there is a power supply into the speakers and all the cables are connected properly. i don't see why they don't work. PLEASE HELP ME!

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#2 Gary335

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Posted 19 September 2006 - 09:15 AM

i have recently reformatted my computer, and no it says that there is no audio device. my speakers were workingn perfectly fine before i reformatted the computer and they seem to very perfectly fine now. there is a power supply into the speakers and all the cables are connected properly. i don't see why they don't work. PLEASE HELP ME!

Two things: First, do you havea drivers disk of some kind for your sound card? If so, those driversneed to be installed. another thing to try would be to click the Start menu, click Control Panel, and n Control Panel click Add New Hardware. It will search yourcomputer for new hardware, and as long as your sound card is functioning properly, it should find it.

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Posted 19 September 2006 - 10:04 AM

If your sound is onboard the motherboard (not a separate sound card), the drivers should be on the cd that came with the motherboard or the drivers cd that came with the computer if it was built by a major computer manufacturer such as HP, Dell, Etc.

You can also download the driver from the manufacturer's support site.

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Posted 19 September 2006 - 10:45 AM

If all of the above don't help you can try driversguide.com. They have one of the most extensive databases of drivers on the web.




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