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Windows 7 turn off speake

How do you turn off the speaker on windows 7?

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Right click on the speaker icon in the bottom toolbar
select sounds option then playback right click on speaker option disable
hope it helps

Posted on Feb 18, 2012

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Turn down volume / input. If unsolved, then uncheck
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R-Click on Speaker in taskbar, click 'Recording devices'
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Show the volume icon in the taskbarIf you end up finding to impractical notification area to have the speaker icon displayed inside the taskbar, you can tell Windows 7 to resume showing the volume, same steps as before:
  • Click on the start menu, and type "volume"
  • Select the Volume's dropdown menu, and change its value from "Off" back to "On"
  • Click OK to confirm and close the Control Panel
Windows 7 has now resumed displaying the volume icon in the taskbar!
Else IF windows XP
goto control panel click sound and audio device then check Place volume icon in the taskbar.

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Hi I have no sound


need way more info.
Is this a new install
was it working before
are you looking for a driver
what OS are you running
are your speakers plugged into the green jack on the motherboard or a front jack
do your speakers need power
do the speakers have power
are the speakers turned on
is the volume turned up
do you have the mute clicked in your soft volume in windows
is the soft volume down in windows

We are assuming you mean the computer...if you can't speak, we can't help you.

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HP dv71020us. Owned the laptop for 13 months and this never happened before. Audio does not come out of speakers until a headphone jack is placed in one of the front holes. When there is something...


Your issue from what I read is a setting issue.
you have your setting in headphone mode from what I gather and you need to place the setting for the sound card in output mode which is in the Windows sound setting.
1.Check the task bar where the speaker icon is ( Windows 7) or Windows XP.
2. Left click here and your volume control will show with a caption of "mixer" at the bottom.
3. Left click this hyper link and it will show you the properties of the speak device.
4. If you see a speak icon on the left >> click it and you will then see a tabs window
with tab label across with "general being 1st.
5. click the "level" tab and you will see the l"line in" microphone etc. They may be muted click the muted sign to enable.
6. then check sound.


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