My laptop acer series 3002Lci has a problem that its sound is not audible...and when it is connected with speakers it produces sound but it is not clear....
i have already installed its audio drivers but still it does nto produce sound..
plz help me out what i have to do???
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Try downloading and installing the latest audio driver.
Download the drivers from the Acer WEB site. Make sure youselect the model of your laptop and the XP or Vista version of the drivers youthat require and it matches the Windows version that is installed on yourlaptop. Use this link to get to the Acer support: - http://www.acersupport.com/drivers_download.aspx
The Acer Aspire One Netbook has a hidden partition containing installation images for doing an operating system recovery to factory default condition and/or application/driver restore (selectable). In Windows...
1. click on the start button, hover over All Programs, then Acer Empowering Technology and
2. click on Acer eRecovery Management and in its pop-up window
3. click on Reinstall applications/drivers and in the ASPIRE Series Software window
4. click on the Contents button and in the subsequent software listing window
5. click on install icon at the right of the row with Class AUDIO and Description Realtek Audio
Right click on the speaker icon in the task bar, lower right hand corner of the screen.
Select "Adjust Audio Properties."
In the popup box, go down to "Speaker Volume." Click "Advanced"
In the new pop-up, make sure that "Laptop speakers" is selected. Click all the OKs you need to in order to establish that setting and clear out of "Adjust audio properties."
Now you SHOULD have much better sound from your speakers.
For some reason, my D250 keeps defaulting to "Stereo headset" which produces much lower volume sounds when a headset is not inserted. So low that you can't watch and hear a video through the speakers and understand what is being said. Once you switch to "laptop speakers" you'll be able to hear stuff. It won't be high volume, these things just don't put out high volume, but it will be reasonably audible, if this was the problem.
dont pay any attention to the windowes incompatability messages, just load the downloaded drivers,,if you need to,,un-install the old ones,,then go into advanced setting for your sound,,and map your device to the correct player,,ie, sound blaster,,Ac97 etc
Did you possibly do something to the audio interface, could it be close to the hard drive area? Check any possible connections you might have loosened or became unattached from motherboard. If not then I would say blow it all away try again, if it persists replace audio board.
For audio output: I would locate the latest audio drivers for your speaker system - a few possible solutions:
1)Best: Make sure you are connected to the internet (I am assuming Windows XP - Vista may vary): Go to Start --> Control Panel --> Printers & Other Hardware --> System --> Hardware --> Device Manager --> Sound, video & Game controllers - look for a yellow exclamation mark by any of the devices, right click that device and click install drivers [note - this procedure will also work for your port problem, most likely; if not, just remove the port, restart your computer, and the "found new hardware wizard" will re-add it properly upon startup]
2) just enter the manufacturer nad model number of your spekaers in search bar and include the word "drivers" as your search term.
When you say you have to re-install them, are you actually installing the sound drivers from the acer restore programme or cd, or are you just letting windows find them(the sound driver) each time you go through the process of deleting them.
Try installing drivers from the acer website to see if there is any newer driver versions
If it continues, you may have to restore the original laptop settings back to factory default, assuming it hasn't done this since the day of setup, but make sure you back up all settings and documents to cd or dvd first.