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Skype can't detect sound card

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Novel Adventurer

Skype was working just fine previously when making a video call (could hear the other person well - no problems.) Then I stopped using the monitor stereo speakers and installed desktop speakers.

 

Wasn't happy with them and uninstalled them about a day or two later. When I tried to make a video call again (after choosing monitor speakers again under the pc control panel - sounds and audio devices, also tried to choose monitor stereo speakers in Skype but didn't see this option) - there was no sound - even on the Skype test.

 

So I tried "check settings" and saw under speaker - "can't detect your sound card". Under adjust speaker settings there's no speaker suggestions at all - it just says none.

I also cancelled the speaker setting on SoundMAX digital integrated audio under the control panel.

 

I have rebooted the system but still the same problem!

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Novel Adventurer
I'v sorted out the problem. Sorry for the inconvenience!
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