When i use headphone ,both the headphone speaker and laptop inbuilt speaker remains active and volume control panel does not work properly, mute all is not working.I have installed operating system windows XP professional version 2002 service pack 2
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You may have accidently turned off the internal speakers, the options need to be changed, or the sound volume off. Go to the lower right were the ICON of the speaker is located. Right click and select Volume Mixer. Look to see if under Speakers, the internal option is available. Make certain the slide (volume) is up all the way and go from there. Check all options there and if no sound after all of that, you may need to update the sound drivers from the manufacturer.
make sure that your mic input is not muted. look under control panel/sound and audio devices, then under your microphone, select "volume" and make sure the input is selected (with a chack mark in the box under the mic volume control) and not muted.
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Usually when you double click the speaker icon in the system tray you'll see the volume settings for all your devices. On microphone there is usually an check box for mic boost. Set those to mic boost. Then check that all the sliders in the volumes are one increment below the top but maximum for Wave. Then set the master volume to a comfortable loudness This you can access by a single click to the speaker icon.
Next, you can go to Control Box, click on Sounds and check the settings for speakers/headphone and also for recording where there is usually a routine for checking the recording settings via your microphone made available to you.
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Ok it could be a few things, I am assuming that you are using XP and its a laptop, so lets try these:
Can you turn up the volume by using Control Panel -- Sounds and Audio Devices --- Device Volume slider?
On some Compaqs, the controls for audio are activated by holding down the FUNCTION key (usually blue letters on key on the left side of keyboard) and then pressing the audio up or audio down key. These keys are usally towards the top of the keyboard. These keys can do multiple things depending if the blue function key is press down first. They can control things like switching between internal and external displays, turning up/down the brightness on your laptop display and controling your audio levels too.
Do you hear any sounds at all, if not, does Device Manager list your sound device?