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Old 13 March 2006, 13:54   #11
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Im assuming that as hannah mentioned notebook that she is refering to the notebooks built in speakers and therefore none of this talk about jack sensing or audiology cards is helping.


anyone want a job in PC Support!!
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Old 13 March 2006, 13:56   #12
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Thats better information.

I am suprised that you do not have any devices with yellow exclamation marks next to them in device manager then as codprawn said.

It is unusual for a modern device to not be plug and play and windows detect it at startup - any devices detected but with no drivers should show up with a yellow triangle and exclamation mark.

if you are sure there are no devices with exclamation marks in the device manager then you either have a hardware fault or some bizzare sound card that is not plug and play (unlikely)...

do you know the make of your sound card or is it an on board one buit into the motherboard.
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anyone want a job in PC Support!!
PC support is like pulling teeth - i would never go back to it as a job - ive always been lucky enough to only be support a particular software package and have always had the luxury of just blaming the hardware if all else failed

The amount of times we used to just send custoemrs away to do a scan disc just to get rid of them for 2 hours

I do however end up doing alot of voluntary support for freinds and family but its really usefull to know the other person and there capabilities and whats inside their machine - saves alot of time...

trying to help someone with a PC problem is often like giving advice on what prop to use but without knowing what boat they have and what hp their engine is
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trying to help someone with a PC problem is often like giving advice on what prop to use but without knowing what boat they have and what hp their engine is
Talking of which look at engine thread!!!
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