Question about Computers & Internet
Check the following:
1. Volume Control on the media player
2. Volume control on the operating system
3. Volume control on the speaker, AND the power
4. Check the speaker plug, is it correctly inserted to output/speaker port of audio card?
5. Check your audio setting in BIOS, is it correctly set and recognize by the operating system?
I provide general answer to general questions, if you could be more specific (like type of OS, type of motherboard, media player software, etc.) I can provide more specific answer.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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