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When you RIGHT click on the SPEAKER icon in the lower right corner of your screen (by the clock), and then left click on PLAYBACK devices. What do you see?
Open Volume Mixer, Playback Devices, etc.
1) When you RIGHT click on the SPEAKER icon in the lower right corner of your screen (by the clock)
2) and then left click on PLAYBACK devices. What do you see?
Speakers, SB Audigy, Default Device / Digital Audio Interface, SB Audigy, Ready
Right click on each device in that list, and then left click on TEST. If you hear a sound from any device, then right click again on that device and make it default.
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If you hear no sound from test of any device, then reply to me with your exact speaker setup there, and if you have a receiver or digital speakers.
The Speakers setting gave me "Failure To Play Test Tone" I just have basic computer speakers.
Sorry, I'm actually out of ideas on this. Will opt out to other experts for review. Another expert will assist you soon.
I can live with the new setting as long as they work. As far as I'm concerned, the problem is solved.
I'm sorry about the issue. I'm another tech; I will help you with this. If you still need help with this, please try the following:
- Press at the same time the two keys Windows and R on the keyboard, then type rstrui then click OK, then the System Restore window should open. Then select the option Choose a different restore point at bottom, if shown. Then click on Next, and restore the computer to any date before this issue first occurred, and check.
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But as long as the sound is working now, then you don't need to anything. The sound should be working fine from now on, but if there is any issue later, you can always get back to me any time.
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Sorry, I thought you had told me the solution I gave did not work.
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I don't see the Chose a efferent restore point.
Do you see the System Restore window when trying my steps? If yes, in the System Restore window, what do you see? Please let me know. Thank you,
How about we use the Secure Remote Assistance so you can navigate through this.
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There is no reason to restore your computer if the sound is now working. Also, the restore could cause more problems. If the sound is working, it's best to leave it as is.
OK. That sounds like a good idea. Thanks for your help.
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