Question about HP Computers & Internet
Double check that your speakers are plugged into the right jack connection in the back of your computer
Double check to make sure they are plugged into electrical power.
Check your sound settings by clicking on the small speaker icon in the bottom right hand corner of your desktop. Make sure they are turned UP and enabled.
Go into control panel/sounds and multi media
Click on the AUDIO TAB at the top, check to make sure those boxes state what device your sound is supposed to be using.
If they are blank or grayed out, it means your sound drivers are not properly installed. You must then reinstall them.
One of these options will fix the problem.
Thank you and good luck.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
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