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Posted on 1997-11-17
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When I turn my puter on I have sound. When I turn it off and then turn it back on - no more sounds! Gateway computer running WIN95 and AOL browser. Gateway and AOL tech-service couldn't find the problem! Yes, all sound controls and speakers are on. Any suggestions where I should look now?
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by:busuka
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What does it mean: turn it off and turn it on ? Do you have sound
after "cold" boot and lose it after "warm" boot (if you know what
these words mean anyway) ? Also, what your sound card and hardware in details ?

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tabit earned 200 total points
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go to start|control panel|system|device-manager and delete the soundcard from your setup. Restart your computer, having the sound-driver-diskettes at hand. follow the instructions.
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