It sounds like you have a sound problem. It is kind of hard to diagnose for I believe there could be a couple of reasons why your not having any sound. The first things I would try would be to make sure your speakers are indeed turned on to a proper volume, and double check which port your speakers are plugged into in the back of your PC. Make sure its not just a loose connection. If you are unsure as to which outlet the speaker plugs into it is usually color coded. Green to green or something like that.
If still there is no sound all hope is not lost. It could be a simple problem with your drivers. Try going to the website for your sound card and download the latest drivers for it to install. I hope some of this helped. If you would like to email me with a few more details I would be happy to help. You can contact me at email@example.com. Thanks and good luck. -Brady-
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1.Go to control panel>sound and audio devices>on the tab of device volume , click advanced. You will see sliders (master volume window), go to options>properties>tick the "PC Beep" to make it appears in volume control. Now just unmute it
2.If this doesnot work,try this
Control Panel. Click Start > Settings > Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Properties, then the Sounds tab.
Changing the Sound scheme to Windows Default should get it back to normal. If it’s already on Windows Default, you can try setting it to No Sounds, click Apply, then set it back to Windows Default and Apply again.
If that fails, I think you’d have to reinstall the sound drivers.
You have software conflict on playing online music. Uninstall real player or go to real player or media player setting and find any option on online music playing, disable all those feature related to internet. Restart. If this does not work, you have to uninstall Real player. Keep informing.
Go to Start>Settings>Control Panel. Double click system. Then device manager. Look for a yellow sign with !. If you have one of these your sound card is not installed or driver is corrupt. What is the make/model of your computer. Thanks, Lee
Hi :-). You'll have to bear with me as I'm not sure how much experience You currently have with using Windows XP, so If explain things to easy, or things you already know & have tried I Apologize in Advance :). Ok I Am Taking A Very Very Big Guess here, but I reckon it could be either Your Sound Card Drivers have dissapeared somewhere. Or You have Some Broken Audio Codecs that need Re-Installing.
Try Running the Windows System Restore Tool, back to a time where the sound card was working. For Example if it stopped working on October 24th 2007 @ 6pm Try and Select a Restore Date as Close to that Time & Date if Possible, otherwise you may loose any files you downloaded prior to your Sound Card Failing Unneccessarily.
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If Not post a reply and I'll check back through out the day and give you some more things to try :).