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if your computer came with a disk the sound drivers could be on it control panel sounds and audio,volume,advanced,speakers select appropriate speakers or audio you will find 3 drop down lists make the necessary adjustmentsthere or control panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager,sound video and game controllers could be a yellow question mark? right click to re-install drivers hope this helps
I would plug a set of headphones into the sound output socket. That will prove if there is a problem on the board of if the speaker is faulty. If you have only one earphone working, then you have a problem with either a balance control or the amplifier. Check the dersktop audio controller settings. If all looks balanced then there is a good possibility that the amplifier is faulty, if one side is down, adjust the balance control.
Check to ensure that your sound card driver is installed and functioning. Right click on My Computer on the desktop and choose manage. Look for device manager on the left pane and click on it. On the right side you should now see all of your devices including audio. If it has a yellow mark on it with a question mark it means that the driver is not installed or is not functioning correctly. If that is the case you need to find the device driver from either the CD that came with the PC or from the vendors website and install it.
First connect your spearker to your computer - 1. check you have installed your sound driver in your computer. 2. If there is no installed drivers install drivers from *********** board CD. 3. If you attached sound card in your motherboard, install CD which you have sound driver card. 4. Another option for drivers download from Internet and install in your PC
If not Work: go to start - control pannel - sound & game controller - check sound balance
i havea acer laptop to and this works sometimes right click on the spearker icon botom right in task bar and then goto sound and then playback you should see your speakers or your sound device right click it then goto properties and goto advance tab and make sure the Hz is right and make sure the volume is turned up on it