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I have a problem with my speakers as they don't work because there is "no mixer devices available" and system restore and downloading new hardware doesn't seem to make a difference because system restore hasn't saved any earlier dates apart from 2 days ago.. I have also tried going onto run in the start menu and searched services.msc and clicked on windows audio and pressed start which also did not work, please help.

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1.Open the Hardware Manager to see if there are any conflicts.If so disable unwanted entry.
2.Go to Control Panel/Sound and Audio Devices/Audio.
Check that correct device is shown.

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The three things that I can think of are:

1. Open Device manager and Select View from the main menu (File, Edit, View, etc.) and click the option to show hidden devices and see if there is a device creating a conflict.

2. If it is a built in device: Go into the BIOS (System setup) and make sure the Audio Device is not disabled.

3. If it is a card: shut the system down, remove the card, boot up windows and let it completely start all services and run for a few minutes. Shut the sytem back down and re-install the car. I would also suggest putting it in a different slot if one is available.

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Thanks but there are no conflicts and nothing can be selected under the audio device. I'm not sure what else to do?

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What is your audio driver's name?
If it is HD Definition? AC '97? Etc.
Download it at www.download.com and install it to your desktop/laptop.
And restart...You have now your Audio Mixer Device.

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It's soundmaxThanks alot, do I have to download the same driver provider, driver version and digital signer as the driver I have now?

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