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Disabled the speaker now its gone...

Discussion in 'Windows OS and Software' started by Killerklown, Aug 1, 2008.

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  1. Killerklown

    Killerklown Notebook Enthusiast

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    sorry to be a newb... but i disabled my speaker now i its gone... i cant find it anymore on Playback devices .. plz help
     
  2. Thomas

    Thomas McLovin

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    What do you mean "disabled it"?
     
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    Killerklown Notebook Enthusiast

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    I disabled it under the settings on MANAGE AUDIO DEVICES... . i choose the option DONOT USE THIS DEVICE (DISABLE) .. now its gone...
     
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    i disabled it because i wanna use the HDMI output sound.. now its gone... its my first time connecting my laptop to tv.. there was no sound so i was playing with the setting
     
  5. Dook

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    Go back into Device Manager and re-enable it.
     
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    its gone now... its not there anymore
     

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    Dook Notebook Virtuoso

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    Not even when you expand Sound, Video and Game controllers?
     
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    check the picture plzz
     
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    Dook Notebook Virtuoso

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    I did. Thats not Device Manager. Go into Device Manager and see if you have anything with a red mark next to it. If so, re-enable it.
     
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    i went to DEVICE MANAGER.. i see REALTEK HD SOUND... its says device working
     
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    i just did a system restore and now its back...
     
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    Thats exactly what I was trying to suggest, but the website kept timing out. Glad You got it fixed.
     
  13. gerryf19

    gerryf19 I am the walrus

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    for those who come along after, next time RIGHT CLICK in a white empty space of the CONTROL PANEL > SOUND > PLAYBACK tab and choose SHOW DISABLED DEVICES and SHOW DISCONNECTED DEVICES
     
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