I accidently deactivated my speakers on my computer.

Firemazter

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I accidently deactivated my speakers on my computer. And now can't activate them again for some reason, and would like some assistance.

Thanks in advance.
 

wildcard1978

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or ya can flat out uninstall the device in the device manager and restart and recheck to se if the device reinstalled or manualy scan for hardare changes. also look for a updated spound driver on your mother board sound card or computer manufactures web site
 

Firemazter

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Thanks for the replies. I've tried to find out what's wrong. It says: Code 45: Currently, this hardware device is not connected to the computer .. Which I find very odd as I have put the jackstick into the slot where it's supposed to be, and checked the other end as well.. And I just bought a new jackstick cable today.. So I'm beginning to think it's the speakers themselves, which is odd, as there is a reaction when I plug in the jackstick, then I can hear the speakers sort off activate, if you can call it that.. (Sorry if it's explained weird, but english is hard sometimes when you're from a different country)

Thanks in advance, and I really do appreciate it.
 

wildcard1978

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Apr 15, 2015
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or ya can flat out uninstall the device in the device manager and restart and recheck to se if the device reinstalled or manualy scan for hardare changes. also look for a updated spound driver on your mother board sound card or computer manufactures web site
 
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