Question about Dell Inspiron XPS M140 Notebook
My labtopspeakers (internal ones) have broken and no sound is coming out. I have chekced to see if its muted which its not. It also doesnt work when i use headphones either. I tried adjusting the volume. I tried adjusting the balance on the advanced an the PC Speaker button is gray and wont move. I hope its not a hardware problem how did it happen and how can it get fixed?
Go into systems and see if there is a yellow exclamation point on the soundcard if so just update the drivers.
Also go into the control panel and check to see what the output hardware is.
Usually it's a setting if both the headphones and the speakers dont' work then it's just a matter of somthing to do with the software.
I've never heard anyone blowing their computer speakers plus if the headphones don't work then it's definatly a setting that got changed.
I have a feeling it's in the properties of sound and the output is not correct or it is empty.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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