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Walterfretz

I installed a graphics card in my pc and as soon as I plugged it back in there was no sound. I've tried reinstalling windows, updating the drivers, rolling back the drivers, installing the RX 570 drivers, and re/installing realtek drivers. I have a Ryzen 5 2400g

16GB of ddr4 3200mHz 

MSI x470 gaming plus motherboard 

RX 570 graphics card 

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Switch the default output device in the sound properties inside control panel.

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8 minutes ago, 191x7 said:

Switch the default output device in the sound properties inside control panel.

I've already done that to no avail

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41 minutes ago, Walterfretz said:

I installed a graphics card in my pc and as soon as I plugged it back in there was no sound. I've tried reinstalling windows, updating the drivers, rolling back the drivers, installing the RX 570 drivers, and re/installing realtek drivers. I have a Ryzen 5 2400g

16GB of ddr4 3200mHz 

MSI x470 gaming plus motherboard 

RX 570 graphics card 

You don't have audio where (on the desktop or in a game) ? On your monitor or your headphones? 

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3 hours ago, diogo_the_man said:

You don't have audio where (on the desktop or in a game) ? On your monitor or your headphones? 

With headphones I have audio; without them there's no sound at all.

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On 4/3/2019 at 2:24 PM, Walterfretz said:

With headphones I have audio; without them there's no sound at all.

Then there's a problem with your monitor. (chack if you have the Nvidia HD audio controller selected for audio so that you can have audio on the monitor) 

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