i need help i just did a pc recovery (in Off-topic)
i did it to kill the virus and now i have no sound i cant hear anything and i cant even log on to myspace it says You have requested an encrypted page that contains some unencrypted information. Information that you see or enter on this page could easily be read by a third party.
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April 20 2009 12:39 AM EDT
April 20 2009 12:40 AM EDT
Well, there's been this HUGE virus thats been going around all over the U.S
so that may be it.
Check out my thread. Theres things there that may help you out Bubbletea
that has really nothing to do with my sound i had a virus for a while but its slowing my comp down so i did a pc recovery since system recovery didnt work the myspace problem is its just down but i cant hear nothing
April 20 2009 1:10 AM EDT
right click on my comp. choose manage. go to sound device. see if there are any conflicts. update driver if so.
If using IE you can select tools at the top of browser. select internet options. then advanced tab. scroll down to the bottom and uncheck - warn if changing between secure and unsecure mode. that should get rid of your one window popping up
April 20 2009 1:16 AM EDT
if Thak's help doesn't work, try reinstalling your sound drivers?
April 20 2009 2:06 PM EDT
April 20 2009 2:09 PM EDT
You do know that a system recovery doesn't get rid of the virus, right?
You need an anti-virus for that.
April 20 2009 2:12 PM EDT
I assume he means pc recovery partition/disc, which should reformat everything, and reinstall the OS/drivers. Basically, it's a giant reset button, the only way to be sure the virus is gone.
April 20 2009 2:21 PM EDT
No from my understanding he only did a System Restore which does nothing to get rid of viruses, if he did a pc recovery then it would get rid of it right.
April 20 2009 2:22 PM EDT
"i need help i just did a pc recovery"
Also, I doubt System restore would mess with his drivers/IExplorer
April 20 2009 2:23 PM EDT
Oh I see your right he did a pc recovery so yes that should wipe the virus. However if you do a Windows Update it should have all the codecs you are missing on there. That's what I did when I installed Windows on my pc after I built it and couldn't get the drivers for some things.
April 20 2009 2:23 PM EDT
Crap I didn't mean to say codecs I meant to say Driver.
i just turn my computer on this morning and my sound was on but then i turned it off to go to school and came back turned it on and no sound again and still no sound what is the problem to this if my sound was working this morning
Maybe it's just the speakers.
go to computer manufacturer's web site and find the most recent drivers for your sound card. windows may have used some default or old drivers.
ok sound fix thanks to dudemus
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