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possible: yes

advisable: ... have you ever found "help-functions" usable tongue.gif

Anyway you can try it...

Insert win dvd, boot from it, during setup it will ask you to install or repair (IIRC you have to choose your language and keyboard settings etc first to continu to the repair menu). Choose repair and follow onscreen stuff

Windows will say: nothing to repair (as usual wink.gif ) or say "cannot repair" (as usual wink.gif ) or anything else that leaves you nowhere...

And if all that fails, I advice format C:

IF you do that and afterwards it still happens, well not my fault tongue.gif

You might as well update to latest bios if you haven't done it yet... If you have done it, you still have to do the clear cmos thing to be absolutely sure all bios settings are "refreshed"...

Good luck dude...
   
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Mouse PadAudio
A4 paper :D Logitech Z-5500 
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post #32 of 33
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Originally Posted by maortega15 View Post

When the problem occurs, I check the bar in the speaker icon by the clock on the taskbar. The bar doesn't move. Even if the speakers are on default, the bar doesn't move. Now, when I plug in headphones into the audio port on the case, and I click on top of the bar slider, it only makes that "ping" sound. Nothing else plays.

When I restart the computer, it plays the log-off or shut down sound.

If that's the case, have you checked your defaults for whatever you're playing audio from?...ergo, the game settings / music settings
if it's pinging then that means it's working just fine...

does your USB get the ping or just the audio jack?


also agreed on rebuild...
if you can't figure it out, it's not worth the effort for as easy as it is to rebuild
plusss, you should really rebuild every 3 months on a normal HDD....6 months on an SSD
post #33 of 33
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Rebuild? I assume that means format.

Well the just the audio jack gets the ping. The speakers have no sound entirely. When playing an Mp3, or video, I get no sound. even from the jack. But when I restart the system, all is fine. It even plays the log-off sound.
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