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I was looking into alternative ways to get sound working on this laptop..

Will this work?

Or

Will I need something more like this...

I think the latter actually processes sound, while the 1st option just makes another output? Would both work?
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Any details on the laptop? Just wondering if there is another possibility besides the sound card just dieing.
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Originally Posted by Madcatzfight View Post
Any details on the laptop? Just wondering if there is another possibility besides the sound card just dieing.
It was refurbished, and sound was working for awhile. It was my moms before she let me use it for college. It died while she was using one day. Just kinda poofed stopped working. I've tried different drivers, its not on mute (lol)
headphone jack doesnt work either.
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