Okay, one night my mom was deleting programs off the computer. The next day there was no sound comin out of the speakers. So i was wondering if there was a program that actually made you hear the sound.
But we hooked up some Bose speakers to see if it was the speakers that were bad. But those didn't work either.
I've gone into the control panel to see if they speakers even resigstered. And it says "No Sound Device".
You might want to do these following steps.
1. Right click my computer and go to manage
2. Click on Device manager on the left side of the window
3. Look for Sound, Video and Game Controllers and you should be seeing at least a driver for your audio. It might be a SoundMax or Realtek depending on the type of system.
If it doesn't show, you may need to install them. What is the brand of your computer and its model?
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The speakers do not require drivers. The software that has been deleted is for the sound card in the computer. Before you do anything on the computer, just double check that the speakers are connected to the correct socket - usually light green colour. Then check that the speakers work by connecting to another source e.g. MP3 player or Hi-Fi or TV. If the speakers are OK then check the PC output socket with other speakers or headphones.
To check the PC drivers, you need to first check that sound card drivers are installed and working.
Click on the START button. Then RIGHT-CLICK on My Computer, select MANAGE. Click on Device Manager in the Computer Management window. In the list that appears in the right-hand pane, click on the plus + sign next to Sound, video and game controllers. Check that no items have a yellow warnig sign and that various audio devices are listed. You should have at least AUDIO CODECS, LEGACY AUDIO DRIVERS, Manufacturer specific drivers (e.g. Realtek High Definition Audio). If the drivers are not there then you will need to re-install them, probably by downloading them. If any yellow warning signs are shown, then that driver is in error and may also need to be re-installed.
You can also try right-clicking on the driver in the list and select UNINSTALL. Then click on Action in the top menu and select Scan For Hardware Changes to try to re-install the drivers.
Could you specify if it's a computer you're plugging into or a device like an ipod or stereo? If the computer isn't giving you any sound, try the speakers with an ipod or something and then you can narrow down the problem to your sound settings / sound card...
you do click start >all programme>accessories> system tools >system restore click next there you choose the back date ( for example you deleted on 10 october ,you select 2 oct restore point) then click next next .it take some time after restarting you will get a message clicl done or finish
Disconnect green speaker jack from computer and see if you get a green power light on speakers. If the speakers indicate they have power, your sound card or circuit is shorting out the speakers. If you still have no power to the speakers when disconnected from computer, then no green light means no power to speakers. Either you’re A.C. adaptor is bad or the speakers are shorted out. You have 2 options: 1)Replace A.C. adaptor. 2)Replace speakers. If you buy new speakers, make sure that they have their own power source (A.C. adaptor). Your responses are intended to improve the level of service provided. Please show your appreciation by rating your experience. Thank You.
To make it easy for you this is the default audio driver for Dimension 2400 systems. Click on this link ---> http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/downloads/en/downloads_splash?c=us&l=en&s=gen&~mode=popup&file=122481
this would install your integrated audio driver for your system.
Let me know if this resolved this issue.