Question about Computers & Internet
Assume "something wrong" means "there's no sound" coming out of the speakers. A few things to check first:
1) Make sure your cable to your speakers is plugged in, and plugged into the right jack. It should be the green one on the back of your PC.
2) Click on the "speaker" icon down on your task bar (right-hand side), and that will open up your sound settings. Make sure it isn't a) muted, or b) turned way down low.
3) If you have powered speakers (plugged into the wall), make sure they are getting power to them.
After you've done all that, figure out what model computer you have, and based on that I can probably tell what kind of sound card you have (most these days are built onto the motherboard).
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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