AFTER RE-FORMATTING MY PC, THE SOUND ICONS ARE DISAPPEARED.WHILE PLYING CD/DVD EXTERNAL SPEAKER CANNOT PLAY ANY SOUND. I AM A LAY MAN. PC SAID SOUND CARD NOT FOUND. WHAT I WILL DO ? I EVEN DIDN'T KNOW WHAT WAS THE PREVIOUS AUDIO/VEDIO/MULTIMEDIA CARD/DRIVER.
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You don't mention the sound card(s) in the PC nor the method of connecting to the monitor. Some video cards have HDMI connections for audio and video out to a monitor and will not allow any other audio outputs to work. Regardless of sound source interface, check to be sure that the audio source is the one that is NOT part of your video card and is NOT set to output DIGITAL audio signals. Once this is done, select the the "add-on" or "expansion slot" sound card (if it is the type that plus into a slot on your motherboard) or the "built-in to the motherboard" type (if the jacks are soldered directly to the motherboard) as the DEFAULT or ENABLED. Set to ANALOG output - NOT digital if a choice is offered. Connect the speakers. This should be via cable terminated with a stereo mini jack - NOT a special digital optical or coaxial cable / connector. Most modern PCs will have several mini-stereo jacks from which to choose - nearly all use the GREEN ringed jack for the FRONT (or main) left & right stereo speakers. Regardless, if yours has GREEN jack, you should use it - if none have a color code, look for markings that indicate either "speakers" ,"output", "front" or "L & R". If there are no indications, check your manual. Set your volume level on the lower side, play an audio source and adjust speaker volume and / or audio mixer settings in the system tray as needed. Only one sound card will work in a PC. Make sure that all connections are made to the ENABLED card, otherwise no sounds will be heard. Digital output is primarily targeted to facilitate connections to external amplifier and speaker system - most often like those found in a Home Theater PC setting - or a monitor / TV connected by an HDMI cable. I hope this helps & good luck!
Hi, Convert that's movie files compatible in your iomega screenplay MX files like mp4 etc.
To download free any video converter software for PC click the following link http://www.filehippo.com/download_any_video_converter/ then install > double click> next>finish. icon already in the desktop.
Also download this http://www.filehippo.com/download_vlc/
VLC media player for PC's is a highly portable multimedia player for various
audio and video formats as well as DVDs, VCDs, and various streaming
protocols without external codec or program.
first u need to check that system sounds comes from your external speakers or internal speaker inside your cup box.if it comes from internal speaker then u need to install your sound driver . which is on the cd that came with your pc when u purchased it our u can download it from your system manufacturer's website if u have model number of your pc
If this is a Desktop computer it is in.. Make sure 1st it is recognised in "My computer" (icon present) Check it will play / read other discs Check the connectors (SATA or IDE) are plugged into the back of the DVD and the power rail is tight. Also if there is a CD to Mobo lead from the back of the DVD make sure it is plugged in If it spins the discs, and there is no rattling etc, the drive is probably working ok. If you are trying to play movie DVD's, software such as Cyberlink or similar is required
If this is a laptop DVD, check it is seen in "my computer" (Icon present) Check as for Desktop with regard to the correct DVD player software being present
Finally, check that you have the sound drivers installed (will show under the speaker icon in control panel). If still stuck, repost wioth more info
go to control panel. click Sounds and multimedia. Check the little icon that looks like a little speaker. If it's not there, Click on Audio on the same window. it is supposed to say what sound media you have. If there is nothing , you will have to reinstall the sound software using the Cd ROM. Or other CD media.
Is this problem with windows media player only or with rest players also.
You try to repair your media player using your XP installation CD and then install a good codec pack such as XP codec pack or K-Lite codec pack.These are available for free .
Hope this works for you.