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mike rydalmike rydal 

AUDIO

had a rough time getting audio back on sinse the thought it malware\
 
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Alan BinchAlan Binch
OK Mike, No probs.. Pleased to see that you appear to be now sorted. Thanks for returning to the Community & posting.
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Alan BinchAlan Binch
OK Mike, No probs.. Pleased to see that you appear to be now sorted. Thanks for returning to the Community & posting.
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mike rydalmike rydal
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mike rydalmike rydal
Instead of telling us to 'check our cables' and 'make sure the volume is turned up', somebody from Microsoft or AVG should post the file, and the steps, and the reason AVG was able to make a mockery of such a secure OS.



Who on earth would have a second machine to copy registry entries from?  These are nonsensical steps.



Why is there not a link to a full installation package of an audio driver that we can just reinstall?
mike rydalmike rydal
i made it sound ln that post that it has been fixed, and it has not.!!!!!ive tried find the launcher,exe once. most that in all thos post last days are very tech. to me. then the audio fixer download, still not work. cant turn on windows audio, plz help me!!!!
mike rydalmike rydal
anyone??????????????????????


 
Alan BinchAlan Binch
Mike, Don't know if this will help you?.. Try the info in this link (https://support.avg.com/answers?id=906b0000000D3YwAAK).
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