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Re: I am no tgetting sound from external speakers
Power down your machine
Unplug everything from it
Open it up
Remove your sound card and put it back in
Reverse the step and boot your machine
If it still doesn't work then you'll need to replace your sound card. You can find really good ones on Amazon for $25 or so.Remember to always turn off your speakers before you plug them into your computer. Since they are probably powered via AC adapter that surge of power could have shorted out your card. Good luck!!
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What are you using for speakers? Most sound cards/chips have limited power output. Most speakers that attach to desktops are externally powered to provide a greater sound level. Laptop speakers are small and designed for the power that the integrated sound chip can produce. If you attach unamplified external speakers to these devices, over time you will damage the output drivers on these chips, causing loss of sound level and eventual failure.
1.Are you using monitor speakers or external ones....
2..Check the connection properly...Insert the audio cable in the green port...Try both front and rear port...
3.Then try some other device like headphones if speakers are not working...
4.Check the volume controller on speakers or the other device...
5.Check the system sound...make it 100%....
6.Check the volume of the player that you are using...
7.run the microsoft sound troubleshooter...
8.make the device that u r using as the default device from Start-control panel-hardware and sound-sound...
9.uninstall reinstall audio drivers...or update drivers....
Most speakers do _NOT_ have any "plug-and-play" capability -- they simply are electro-mechanical devices (amplifier, analog controls).
The amplifier needs power, either batteries, or an AC adapter, to convert the low-level outputs from the sound-card to bigger signals -- enough to move the speaker-cones to push air around, to make sound-waves.
open the sound system device and see if the external speaker system is disabled if it is open the device driver and enable it if that doesent work update driver .i have the same problem i updated the driver and it works now but the first time i had the problem it wasen,t enabled.
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Sounds like you are getting quad sound in the test process that checks them, yet when in windows media player or winamp (or whatever) your rear speakers aren't producing sound: Try setting your sound drivers to do something like "speaker fill" then you are set. I'm under the belief that stereo sounds aren't being matrixed into all 4 speakers.