I had an intel mother board.6 months back my comp was not workin.so comp techinician told that mother board is not working since i dont have earthing to comp.so i changd it to compac mother board,aftr 2 months,only 1 speaker is palying.i checkd the speakers pluggin them to tape recorder.both the speakers r working.but in comp only one is workin.i askd technician and he said its sound card problem. is that a sound card problem or any other problem..plz help me out...thank u
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Time to replace - TVs are throwaway items, replacing motherboards will cost you more than a new one in the end.
Get a new SMART Samsung with a five year warranty and replace when it goes wrong after the five years.
It's a new world out there.
I suspect that the jack on the computer may have failed or the end of the cable that you jack in has failed. The green light indicates that power is getting to the speakers but not the sound signal. You can try repairing the cable jack prong by splicing another similar jack prong from Radio Shack, but the jack face on the mother board is a more difficult job. If you had another set of speakers you could try jacking them in to see if they operate, thus eliminating the mother board jack.
It's not a big problem to be solved, but first of all you need to tell me the name of the audio installed. I am sure that your chipset is Intel and and so you better go to the Intel support website and download the latest driver for *********** (windows 7 compatible). If you can solve it yourself do let me know the name of the audio driver installed so that i can help you better. Good luck..
check whether your audio driver is properly installed or not...to check that right click my computer and then 'properties'...and then select hardware tab and choose device manager...in that check 'sound,audio and game controllers' carrying any marks..if it is its a software problem..it can be solved by installing a proper driver to it...if these are not means its a hardware problem....first check the above steps and come to a conclusion.....
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might be a loose connection in the jack terminal. Sometimes pulling it in and out several times might free dirt or oxidation in the metal contacts. A contact cleaner is handy with this. Check also the wires for continuity. hope this helps..
Yes, it could be mother board or bad speaker wire. Or get another sound card and have someone install it for you and load the driver. again, If you have the driver for that old sound card, remove and install it again.If the sound card is on the mother board, go to the manufacture and download the driver.