Sound Tags: Drivers Computers Hard Drives Windows XP Last response: October 12, 2010 12:36 AM in Windows XP Share melandchrisking October 11, 2010 10:07:58 PM Hello, I ahd to ahve a new hard drive installed in my computer and I now have no sound, what do I need to do? More about : sound aford10 a b \ Driver October 12, 2010 12:36:16 AM Check the volume control to see if it's muted. Check the device manager to see if there are any yellow !. Check the sounds and audio device in the control panel. Look at the sound playback default device. Make sure your audio device is selected from the drop down menu. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedSound card? !!! Forum Solvedwill i need a sound card Forum Solvedabout choosing headset ( surround sound is important ? ) for gaming 40mm vs 50mm drivers? Forum SolvedSound doesnt work for built PC will a sound card fix it? Forum SolvedDo I need a sound card with my motherboard? Forum SolvedUnexplained freezing, no sound when occuring. Forum SolvedDo i need surround headphones with a 7.1 sound card? Forum SolvedNeed help picking a sound card+speaker combo Forum SolvedHourly freeze and looping sound Forum SolvedLow quality sound issues Forum SolvedBest sound in a home theater Forum SolvedShould i bother getting a sound card? Forum Solvedbuilt in surround sound Forum Solved5.1 works in sound test, not in playback Forum SolvedShould I get a new headset or a USB Sound blaster? Forum SolvedConcerned about an unknown flickering sound possibly from my PSU Forum SolvedGaming with surround sound Forum SolvedSound onboard vs card Forum SolvedSound card advice Forum SolvedSound and wifi card, needed? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !