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Ok, something happened to my sound. When i turned on my computer yesterday, I heard a big pop in the speakers, after that I dont have any sound. I have no idea why this happened. So how can I find out if I popped my speakers or shorted the sound card? I need my sound back.. Please help me guys.. :(

Oh, my card is creative liveblaster.
 

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Do you have any other speaks lying around you could do a test with to find out? It would help isolate either speakers are blown or something else.
 

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If you don't have a spare set of speakers, use a pair of portable stereo headphones!
 

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this happened to me once and i tried an extra set of speakers i had and they worked fiine. I had blown a fuse inside my powered subwoofer. They were altec lansing speakers. I contacted AL and they sent me a new set for free.

Good luck,

PS. the only way to know if it is your speakers for sure is too do what Midnight Tech and TheTechIsIn told you. Try another set of speakers or if you dont have any you can plug in a set of headphones. if they work your speakers are gone.

Good luck,

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I tried what you guys said, and found out the speakers are wrecked. Im happy it's not the sound card. I'll go get some new speakers today. Thanks guys!
 
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