Question about Computers & Internet
First check all the volume controlls and mute function on the laptop ,make sure you dont just have it turned down low or muted.
Next, plug some headphones or an earbud into the headphone jack and check to see if that works.
If you have no sound in either place:Click START - SETTINGS - CONTROLL PANEL - SYSTEM - click the HARDWARE tab at the top - click device manager - scroll down to where you see "sound, video & game controllers - click the + next to it, this will reveal your sound card and if there is no listing of it or a YELLOW exclamation point or question mark, this means it has no driver , is missing a driver or has a wrong driver installed. If ANY of these yellow marks are present, right click on the item thats marked and click on roll back driver, this should reinstall the last driver that was working.
If there is NO driver, you will have to post your laptop brand and model and i will find the correct driver for you and post a link here with instructions.
Hope this is helpful - please ost again if you need further assistance or rate if it solves things for you.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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