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No sound from my viewsonic desktop monitor

Hi there, I can't seem to get any sound from my monitor? I have checked the volume settings etc, all seems to be ok. I'm not a techy so not sure what to try next, can you help please? Thanks liz

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Is your monitor actually connected to the audio jack on the back of the PC? The sound is connected separate from the video.

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Sound stopped


There's not much to go on here, but I'll do my best to help. It seems most likely that you turned audio off on your monitor or via your computer's operating system.

If the monitor setting is the problem, you can change it by using the down arrow button on the front of the monitor to scroll through the monitor menu. The fourth item should be Audio Adjust. After highlighting that one, push 2 on the monitor to select that menu item, then press the up arrow on the monitor to increase the volume. When you're happy with the volume, press 1 on the monitor to exit the menu.

If you muted your computer via the operating system, that won't help. If you're using a computer running Windows, look for a speaker icon at the bottom, right of your screen and click it. Slide the volume arrow up to adjust the volume upward.

If those suggestions don't do the trick, please reply with information about your computer, particularly your operating system (e.g. Windows 7, Mac OS 10.5.8 etc.).

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My phone is making no sound


Hi, check profile settings. Make sure your phone is not on silence. Also make sure the volume is set to highest.

If non of the above seems to be the cause of problem, then it means the phone speaker/ringer is defective because that's what brings out sound.

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Volume doesent seem to be very loud


Hello,

If you have checked all setting audio settings (line in, CD, AUX, Speaker, etc. levels are set to high) and still can not get higher sound, you may need to have the speakers checked. A certified tech can do this for you.

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Volume problems from my webcam


Go to control panel and click on SOUNDS and then VOICE and adjust the Microphone VOLUME. It sounds like yours needs to be increased.
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No sound


if you have external speakers for your pc make sure they work first. next take the audio cable that came with the monitor , and plug the blue end of audio jack into the back of monitor. the other end is green , that plugs into your audio out of your computer which is green. if it still does not work , you need to check to make sure your volume is set correctly in windows , linux or mac os. win xp go to start button , control panel , sounds speech and audio devices. next adjust the system volume , make sure device volume is all the way set and that mute box is not checked. if you have other operating system the same method applies , just different process of getting there.

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No sound on monitor


I will assume you have checked the cables etc to make sure they are not bad in any way and skip to the more usual problems


Make sure they are powered up and the volume is about half way if they have a separate volume control. (not all flat monitor do)

First check that they were not MUTED by accident. A red line through the speaker icon would indicate this and you would just need to untick the MUTE box.

If its not as simple as that then carry om below.

OK now you need to call up ether the sound card application or preferably the windows volume control from the bottom tool bar.

Click Open Volume Control.

A box with sliders in should appear. make sure that volume control, wave, sw synth, aux, cd player, line in are all about half way and that none of them have ticks in the box at the bottom.

If any of those are missing click options then properties from the top left and put a tick besides any that were missing (nothing else)
Now close the slider box.

Put a normal music CD in your CD/DVD player on the computer and set it to play with windows media player.
You should now have sound out of the speakers.

If all went well you are running but if not you know just may want to check the hardware properties and should there be an exclamation mark against any of the sound hardware you know where the problem is.

This can in most cases be fixed with an updated driver for your sound card.

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Very low sound


hi first format ur operating system. and install sound driver properly. u can also check ur headphone. if any problem headphone change it.

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Sound on my SyncMaster 940G is very very feint and I can't seem to turn it up at all


Open your sound settings inside of windows and make sure that it is turned up on the master volume. If it is all check to make sure that the wav volume is turned up all the way.

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The sound on my system is very low all sound related adjustments seem ok. My system is biostar k8m800 micro am2 with on board sound driver


Try to uninstall and reinstall drivers. And make sure cables have a good connection, volume settings are ok in Control Panel Sound applet and also in Realtek settings. Good Luck!

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No sound when recording


I had the same problem yesterday. We tried checking all the cable connections etc but all seemed ok. We tried going through all the settings and those also seemed ok. I'd just about given up when I happened to spot a couple of buttons on the remote that I hadn't pressed. I clicked on 'monitor' and on the 'tv/dvd' button and lo and behold, the picture had sound!! We double checked that it wasn't just the 'ext 1' channel and then tried recording again. It worked.. WITH sound. Hope that helps and it wasn't just a fluke. :-)

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