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Re: the sound of my aspire 3610 is not working
The first thing to check is of course that your volume is not all the way down. Check this in the control panel. If this does not work, or if you cannot adjust the volume, your drivers may not be installed. Try to install ftp://ftp.work.acer-euro.com/notebook/aspire_3610/driver/Realtek%20Audio.zip and see if that works. If neither of those work, you may not have the appropriate codecs installed. Usually this would affect video more than audio, but just to be safe, try installing the Community Combined Codec Pack (CCCP) from http://www.cccp-project.net/ and install that.
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Most likely your webcam is grabbing priority on the sound chips and the music/player mever gets to use it. You need to find a setting on the camera that will let it run in the background not as a priority and that should do it. Also try differant progams that use the webcam some might share things a bit better.
You may have to balance the equalizer in order to restore the proper sound. if there is a default sound option then you should go ahead with that. yo have to access this by going to options by the sound image on the bottom right hand sidde of the screen.
try finding the equalizer in the sound panel(part of the driver for the built in sound card) . the sliders should all be in a straight line directly across from the "0db" mark. that should solve it. also, disable all the advanced theater effects, they often distort the sound.