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When i put a dvd in to watch it i can play it and everything but i cant hear anything and i checked all the sound settings and everything seems to be at the same level and nothing is muted?

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  • procuber Dec 16, 2008

    i dont really know how to check software settings i just thought that if i put in a dvd it would play. It comes up with windows media player and i can play the dvd but no sound is heard. i have an Acer Aspire 6530 laptop so the wires would be nothing but it has the dobly home theater surround sound and i dont know if it has something to do with that?

  • Mike Demaris May 11, 2010

    Have you checked your DVD software's settings? What software are you using?
    Have you checked your pc for loose or disconnected wires from/to your DVD drive?


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Yeah like what drwarpo said, it might either be the volume level on windows media, or the fact that you don't have the right plugins for the dvd maybe... try "www.wmplugins.com" (minus quotes) and search for "avi", also you should download "divx", just google it, every computer should have divx

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If you are using windows media player that is a common problem with some dvds use nero or a different program as ms does not have plugins for all variations in dvds

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