No sound on my Coda Notebook

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Isorene

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Hi, it's been a while but now I got a Coda Notebook, second hand but almost new and everything seems to works perfectly but for the sound. Even though the speakers are set to 100%, there is no sound.
 

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Ok you said no sound and now it's at a low volume.. Check your sound settings.. This can be found in your control panel.
 

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I am assuming that the wiring on the speaker set is in good shape? This is an old trick from back in the day.. While the speakers are plugged in to the port,slowly rotate the connection in the port. Is there any difference?
 

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I am assuming that the wiring on the speaker set is in good shape? This is an old trick from back in the day.. While the speakers are plugged in to the port,slowly rotate the connection in the port. Is there any difference?
When I said speakers, I meant the internal speakers, sorry.
 

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open device manager then uninstall the sound drivers then reboot the machine.
 

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Sorry for jumping in, but I have seen this solving audio issues time and again at work...
Try this:
Right click on all audio devices and select uninstall -also the divers for the devices.
Shut the system down -not just uninstall.

Run Windows update and see what happens.
 

Isorene

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Sorry for jumping in, but I have seen this solving audio issues time and again at work...
Try this:
Right click on all audio devices and select uninstall -also the divers for the devices.
Shut the system down -not just uninstall.

Run Windows update and see what happens.
Thanks, but it did not work either.
 
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