kkkoolkev 00:25 22 Sep 05

i have just recently lost all sound when i go to control panel and sound and audio devices it tell me there is no audio device. i have a built in sound card and have tried reinstalling the drivers for it. in the bios the audio chips is enabled any help would be great.

  MAJ 00:46 22 Sep 05

If you're using Windows ME or XP, try a system restore to a date when your sounds were working, kkkoolkev.

  wobblymike 06:18 22 Sep 05

You could also go into control panel, add new hardware and see whether your audio system is shown with a yellow exclamation mark against it - if so it may well need drivers - if it indicates it is working properly but isn't then it may have failed or as stated by Maj above got itself in a tizz which you might be able to sort using system retore. If it still does not work after all this but is reported working via device manager try a pci sound card

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