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If you just put a new motherboard in your computer and installed all the new drivers why would your onboard audio not work?

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2013-02-28 15:55:07
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A few obvious things:1. The speakers are not plugged into the correct socket (usually the green coded one)2. The onboard sound is not enabled in the BIOS (the part that you press DEL to enter when you first turn your PC on)3. The incorrect drivers are installed4. There is a problem with the motherboard/speakers

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