Question about Computers & Internet
This probably sounds elementary, but start from the beginning. I'm assuming Windows XP on a PC Desktop but the concepts are the same no matter what operating system.
1. Are your speakers plugged in to a power source?
2. Are they turned on?
3. Is the volume turned up on the speakers?
4. Are your speakers plugged into the (usually green) audio port on your computer?
5. Go into control panel, sounds and audio devices and check to make sure that sound is not on "mute".
5. On the Audio tab, check to make sure it shows a default sound device for each item. If not, either your sound card is malfunctioning or you need to download and install a current driver from the manufacturer's website.
Hope this helps!
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