Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC
1. I have a sound system ''royche mr-6500'' 5.1 speakers, however sound is of very poor quality. Was told that driver for these speakers was not instal and the company relocated and was not given the drivers. Where can the driver be found and downloaded in a safe site.
2. Using windows Xp professional on pentium 4 with office 2003 professional.
When internet explorer was updated from 6 to 7 the following arise
a) Microsoft Outlook does no more work. ''Could not found server/login-pasword could not be found.
b) Recycle bin disappear on my destop
Well there are major confusion there speakers do not need drivers ...
and if u know that u are facing issue after the IE update ... uninstall it from the add and remove programs and there in the last of the list will be an option internet explorer 7 go ahead and uninstall it and restart the system and chk if after that outlook works or not if not than contact microsoft or ur ISP or the MFG of ur computer if branded
and regards to ur sound quality if i understand properly do one thing just download a file and run it and that issue will be resolved
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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Basic steps to check if the problem lies with the home theatre system or not.
1. First thought might be to conclude that your poor audio quality is caused by your speakers, before you immediately race out to purchase a new home theater surround sound speaker package, check the basic things first.
2. The problem might not be in the speakers, but in the amplifier or the connections from the amplifier. Checking and ensuring that the speakers are correctly connected on both ends is the first step.
3. After the connections pass examination, the next step is to check if the problem lies with the amplifier or audio speaker. Some of the lower end home theater systems come with low powered amps. Most often they do not supply sufficient power to speakers to produce the quality audio you desire. This may show up particularly if the room is large when the sound doesn't fill up the room.
4. To determine if it is indeed the amplifiers then hook up your speakers to a stereo; this generally will have a more powerful amp. If the speaker quality improves then the problem probably lies in your home theater amplifier.
If you cannot distinguish any difference, then your speakers could possibly be at fault.
5. Poor cable installation and audio speaker cable are another possible cause for consideration. Cheap workmanship can lower audio quality and home theater packages often come equipped with inexpensive poor quality cables.
6. If you experience problems with your theater system, it is always best to assume the problem lies in the connections between components first and then suspect the components themselves.
7. To ensure a great sound experience ensures that everything is properly connected, your amp is of sufficient power, and the cables are of high quality. If a person makes use of these basic easy precautions a significant amount of frustration can be eliminated. If your home theater sound isn't where you need it to be, use those hints as a blueprint as you analyze your system. If it really is time to look for new components, consider those directives as you make your next purchase.
Note : Check to see if the color is bad across all input sources. If so, make sure you have your Televisions' color settings set to your preferences. If everything looks good except, say, your DVD player, and it is connected to your TV via Component Video Connections (which is composed of three cables - Red, Green, and Blue), make sure they are matched up correctly with the Component (Red, Green, and Blue) connections on your TV. This is a common mistake as it is sometimes hard to distinguish the Green and Blue connectors if the lighting in the connection area is dim.
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