Question about Computers & Internet
First go to control panel - Sounds, Speech, and Audio Devices, then click on Sound and Audio Devices and make sure the volume is not muted.
If this is not the case click on Start - Right-click on My Computer - then Properties. click on the Hardware tab, then click device manager. When device manager opens, look for either one of the following symbols along the left hand side (!, ?, or x) The exclamation point and question mark will be yellow while the x will be red. If it is a red x, double click on that item and there is a drop-down list with the selections to enable or disable the device. Enable it. If one of the other two symbols are visible you will need to reinstall the driver. For that I will need the make and model of your computer.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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