have no sound on my computer

not sure if this is where I ask, but I have no sound on my computer and my new speakers do not work



Yes, you asked your query in the category.

· When you say no sound, are there no system sound or no sound of any particular application?

· You receive an error message or error code when you try to use your new speakers?

· Do you remember all the recent changes on the computer before the show?

· What is the service pack installed?

· What is the number and the model of the computer?

Give the above information to us troubleshoot-performed the best to help. In the meantime you can see the article below no sound in Windows: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/help/no-sound-in-windows :

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