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No Sound On My Speakers

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#1 jahnacarla


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Posted 10 October 2007 - 02:58 AM

i dont know what i did but unfortunately my speakers wont work... if i want to hear a music a warning would appear that there are no audio device connected but i already connected a speaker. i checked the control panel then audio device and it says there that the device is working properly but the location is unknown but i think i did not remove the connection since i last played a music. help! i know my problem sounds complicated but i really need a help badly.

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Edited by Animal, 10 October 2007 - 08:56 AM.

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Posted 10 October 2007 - 03:41 AM

Are you sure that you have the speaker plugged into the proper out location?

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Posted 17 October 2007 - 02:31 PM

In the 'Sounds and Audio Device' menu through your 'Control panel' rather then going to the 'Hardware' tab, go to the 'Audio' tab.

In the box labelled 'Sound Playback' there will be a drop menu that allows you to select the audio device used when playing sound. Make sure that the default device selected is the proper one (in your case I believe it should be the internal soundcard and will be the only option there) and adjust the volume to the proper level using the appropriately labelled button below the drop menu making sure that the mute buttons weren't inadvertently checked. Follow the same procedure in the 'Voice' tab of the 'Sounds and Audio Devices' menu.

Hope this helps
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