No Audio Device! Help!

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john88
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- Mar 5, 2008 at 03:03 AM
 KevinnA_14 - Feb 8, 2013 at 11:44 PM
Hi, guys!

My comp isn't recognizing my speakers...

I've been trying everything from installing Realtek audio soundcards and drivers to research, and I can't seem to find anything... My Altec Lansing Series 100 speakers are plugged in, however, when I go to the Control Panel, and then Sounds and Audio devices, it says no audio device is plugged in...

Please help, I've been working at this for hours and this is driving me crazy!

Thanks,
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mrslash
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Mar 5, 2008 at 11:31 AM
Hi!

Humm... It seems as if many persons are facing the same problem these last days...Problem with sound from their pc/laptop...

I recommend you to check if it is well-plugged and if it runs well when it is plugged in other PCs...If so, then you know that it is defective and need to change to a new one!!

See u
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its plugged in
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hi theres ,,,my computer completely lost the sound of which im sure I deleted my self from the control panel...so I really dun na what to do...any solution guys?
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my computer completely lost the sound of which im sure I deleted my self from the control panel...so I really dun na what to do...any solution please
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i have that same problem but my comp. is brand new and it didnt com with the sofware
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mellow > zach
Jul 16, 2008 at 02:48 PM
Hi Zach,
I have the same problem a couple of weeks ago. I tried so many ways, following different kinds of procedure still it didn't works. I just did figure it out just now. What you have to do is just go to the control panel open the sounds and audio device then go to audio on the sounds playback change default device to conexant audio
click apply then click ok and presto you have a sound. Hope it's a big help out there.
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