I am not hearing any sound at all though i have increased every volume buttom
I have installed all the neccessary sound drivers and they are working alright but am not hearing any sound. Meanwhile i have enabled and increased every volume buttom.i was told it was a virus but formatted and installed a new operating system on including all the drivers, yet still, no sound.even when i a headfon or earfon, i do not hear anything.please help me
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You check your system information if sound driver was installed, type dxdiag in your run command. Wait till a tool bar about your system info will appear then check your sound driver if installed. If it was not installed. you have to install a sound driver. Look at your sound card installed and download from internet any necessary sound card driver compatible to your sound card hardware and mother board. Just try this,. I have solved many computers by following this procedure.
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Assuming that the device sound components are not malfucntioning only requires alteration of some buttons either to increase or decrease. Usually on the computer, the program from which the media is being played for example windows media player should provide the volume scroll buttons observable at the buttom of the screen for regulations. Also, asume that the windows media player volume is at maximum. The computer has a volume button that controls the entire sound from the speakers. Use the mouse to locate at the button right hand corner of screen the volume logo. Pointin the mouse arrow on the logo should receive a popup message requesting incrementation or reduction in volume controls of media being played. Increasing the computer button would produce much sound. However also, the computer speakers capacity should allow much sound. An external speaker connected to the computer may have adjsutable sound buttons that unless increased however would produce least sound. Observe an external speakers connected to the computer to see if volume bottons have be minimised.
Several things must be in place to hear sounds on your pc. You must have speakers - the kind you not only plug into your pc but you must also plug them into your wall to have a louder sound. OR --- you can use head phones. The headphones plug into your pc sound card.
You must have a sound card or onboard sound
You must have a sound card DRIVER.
These three things and some reading will get you going
Go to the control panel / sound and check if the sound is set to mute ? if it is then untick the box and increase the volume. If you are playing songs from cd make sure its a working one. if the cd is fine and the sound is full you are not able to hear the sound then you will need to install the drivers for the card. use the drivers cd which came with the machine. After installing the drivers you should be able to hear songs if you still have issues then possibly somethings wrong with the soundcard / speakers.