There is no sound from the system although the display on the control box is showing that the stored music is playing. The speakers work in all other rooms. I have checked connections and switched off the system at the mains, removed and re-inserted the main control cable to the system to reboot. Any ideas?
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What do you mean has gone small? You mean your icons are smaller?
Try changing your screen resolution. Right Click on an open space on the
desktop and select Properties. When the Display Properties window
opens select the Appearance tab. Look down at the bottom and you can
make sure your Font Size is Normal, if not change it to Normal. Click
the Settings tab and change your screen resolution. The higher the
resolution, the smaller the icons. Size 1024x768 is what most people
You can also get to the display properties to perform the steps above by
clicking Start/Control Panel or Start/Settings/Control Panel. Look for
Display or Appearance and Personalization. Open it and the display
properties window will open.
If you are using Windows 7 you can also just click Start and in the
search box type Screen Resolution. Look up at the top for the search
results and click on Screen Resolution.
If you can't get it back to the way it was you can try doing a System
Restore. System Restore allows you to select a Restore Point (date and
time) before you started having problems. So if you display went small
yesterday, then select a restore point before yesterday.
System Restore does not delete your data, documents, music, pictures,
videos or programs (unless the program was installed after the restore
point you selected). To start System Restore click
Start/Program/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore then select a data
and time before you started having the issue.
If you are using Windows 7 you can just click Start then in the search
box type System Restore and look up at the returned search results and
select System Restore.
System Recovery on the other hand deletes everything and sets your system back to when your first purchased it.
Check the Microsoft Volume Control or the Audio Mixer Program mute options and volume sliders.Ensure the speakers are properly connected to the audio card’s output connector or Check the volume control and power connection of the speakers, if they are amplified. (Refer to the speakers documentation for detailed information).Ensure a hardware conflict does not exist between your audio card and another device in your system.PCI bus mastering devices may be interfering with the operation of the audio card. Temporarily remove non-essential PCI bus mastering devices. If the device is a display card, upgrade the display card drivers, or set the card to the default Windows VGA mode.
Roll back your sound drivers (control panel, system, hardware, device manager, sound and audio devices, right click your sound hardware, properties, drivers), if this fixes the issue go to microsoft update, run the 'custom' scan...it should show you an update to your sound card/hardware, click the little "+" sign beside the update and click the little "Do not show this update again" checkbox. This will prevent automatic updates from "fixing" your drivers. Occasionally Microsoft sends out updates that are incompatible with a particular machines' setup.
Hope it helps.
Try setting your amp to "auto format decode".
It should easily be heard in this mode.
The sub will not show up on the display when in 5.1 mode. (Blue light on)
Use this with music, and use the 5.1 with movies to get a better experience from your amp.
The sub will work in 5.1 but doesn't show up in the display. Try movies with loud sounds.
Most of the pre-set sound fields are of no use to me. I only use normal surround, and AFD and love it. I hope this works for you!