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    On-board audio chip broken?

    Hi all, I've just changed my case and several fans. But after the immigration my sound is gone. I can still find "C-Media AC97 Audio Device" in the hardware monitor, but no sound at all. Moreover, I've tried to boot from Ubuntu Live CD with the same result. Can anybody suggest a way to diagnose a broken audio chip? Thanks a lot!

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    plug in the speakers?

    I guess if its in Device Manager and not working it may well be broke.

    When you go to control panel and sound..can you still change its properties? thats all I can think of at the moment.

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    Yes, I can still change the properties.

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