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Windows 7: No sound from audio out to speakers


13 Oct 2012   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 64x
 
 
No sound from audio out to speakers

Hey guys, been a while since my last post so bare with me lol.

So I updated my PC today and when it came back on there was no sound what so ever! My g35's still have sound but my Logitech Z5500 nothing, I have tried everything, updating, re installing the Realtek sound drivers, restoring the pc, even wired the speakers up to my partners media PC and sound comes through ruling out speakers.

I have tried upgrading the bios, been in bios looking around everything is enabled, in playback device option the green bar is filling up indicating everything is fine there.

I have tried a SPDIF Optical cable, nothing, the standard black, green and orange cables, and nothing, I'm at witts end with the thing at the moment.

Hope you guys can help.

Adam

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13 Oct 2012   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, SP1
 
 

I hate sound problems. Fought at least three times in the past year after updates of one kind or another. For me, I finally discovered that many of the playback and record devices have their own level controls and "listen" selections, and source levels in Control Panel->Sounds. I had no sound for a while, and I also had a reverb or echo for a while. Finally I understand 'how' to make it work, but not the 'why' it is the way it is.
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13 Oct 2012   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate 64x
 
 

Its a pain in the A** and I really don't want to format but it is looking like I'll have to, was just wondering if there was a easier way to fix this, I have tried the way you said mate, and nothing, thanks for you're help so far dude .
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13 Oct 2012   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, SP1
 
 
Probably a good idea, Adam

I have eight computers and haven't installed the OS in years. I keep cloning drives and wasting hours and hours and hours patching things together to work properly on my next newest system. I'm beginning to believe reinstalling might be a good idea once in a while, except I have a million applications that I'd have to reinstall, too, if I could even locate the source discs and/or license codes.
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