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Please Help! I have Dell A215 speakers and recently, they've started to produce a constant, knocking/clicking sound whenever turned on. The speakers play music and other audio, but the clicking sound is always being produced. It does not get louder as the volume is increased, though. I have tried a few things, but I haven't found a solution just yet! Thank you!

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I had the same problem: speakers worked, but clicked whenever they were on. They are actually Compaq speakers connected to a Dell computer. I solved the problem by moving the speakers about 12 inches farther away from my wireless router. Very easy!

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To me, ur electric wiring inside the speakers has gone wrong, kindly do the needful to contact some nearby electronic dealer.

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Here is the solution for you.Please follow the below steps and fix your problem.

1 . Click on the "Start" globe or button and then the "Control Panel" label. The Control Panel main screen will display on your monitor. Click on the "Hardware and Sound" link.

2 . Click the "Manage Audio Devices" link in the "Sound" section on the Control Panel screen. The "Sound" configuration window will then open.

3 . Click the "Speakers" label under the "Playback" tab. Click the "Configure" button to open the "Speaker Setup" configuration window and select the "Stereo" option. Click the "Next" button.

4 . Enable the "Front Left and Right" option box by clicking the check box. Once the check mark appears in the box, click both small speaker icons to test the sound from the speakers. You should hear sound from the two right speakers when you click the speaker icon labeled "R," and the two speakers on the left should produce sound when you click the icon labeled "L."

5 . Click the "Next" button and then the "Finish" button to complete the speaker setup.

6 . Adjust the volume by clicking on the speaker icon near the time and date area in the task bar. Use the slider control to adjust the volume to the desired level.

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Dec 24, 2010 | Dell A215 Computer Speakers

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No sound will come out please help


Speaker Manual Dell A215
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/acc/ada215/ada215.pdf

Ensure speaker port is working fine by connecting headphones.


Use Volume Knob to turn on the speaker

Jan 14, 2010 | Dell A215 Computer Speakers

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Dell speakers wont produce sound


Check your system if you are able to hear sound using any headphone..if you are able to hear sound from headphone then the problem is with your dell speakers,else you need to update sound drivers for your system...Thanks..

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Here's a link to all of Dell's audio drivers. If you're not sure which one to choose, go to the search bar and enter the model number of your computer.

http://search.dell.com/results.aspx?s=ge...

Hope this helps.

May 28, 2009 | Dell A215 Computer Speakers

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Driver for A215 speaker


try this sofware called Driver Detective Software.
It should help because you will have your computer scaned for the speakers and it will detect the
http://www.quickpcsolutions.org/Drivers/audio-sound-drivers.html?gclid=CNyt99Gl7pkCFQ_yDAodjggpRg

this will help you find the speakers
here are some pics before u download
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Please follow the below steps.
Click Start + Accessories+ System Tools and select System Restore.
Click on any date where you remember sound was working and say next , It will restore Good Known Device and restart. You will find sound device working then.

Feb 01, 2009 | Dell A215 Computer Speakers

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Try going to support.dell.com and entering your Service Tag. Then click on drivers and downloads and download and install the audio driver that they currently recommend for your machine. Sounds like a driver problem and something that wasn't set properly after the computer was reset.

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Check to make sure you have not lowered volume or muted any sounds--- go to speaker icon in tray, double click and check to make sure all sounds are on! Hope this helps.

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