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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there a loss connection in the speaker of your system. locate the loss connection and fix it. if hard for you fix then you should call the technician to fixed for you ..or either use external speaker so that you can hear sounds without using headset.
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
No, you need not to install soud/audio driver if its work with external speakers. Its seems that the internal speaker of your laptop has got damaged. So you shuld call your vendor for service. If you are in warranty it will be free for you.
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
If the sound is working through another device then it seems that the internal speakers are bad. Because if the sound card was bad you wouldn't have any sound whatsoever, same goes for drivers. Probably just some bad speakers. If you have some other external speakers try plugging them into the headphone port and see if that helps.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
Perhaps its using its own address that is forcing the other computers to lose theirs. Under its network settings, make sure its set to DHCP. This means it will get an auto-IPadress from the router and not use its own one.
Posted on May 18, 2009
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Mar 21, 2011 | Televison & Video
*Turn off your Dell laptop.
*Connect speakers to the speaker control box.
The speaker control box varies depending on the speaker system you have.
Two-speaker systems will have a female jack on the back of one speaker that you
plug the other into the second speaker. If your system has a sub-woofer, all of
the other speakers will plug into it. The connecting cords are color-coded to
the jacks on the back of the control box.
*Plug an audio cable into the
"Audio-In" port on the back of the control box. If the audio cable is
color-coded, it will be green.
other end of the audio cable into the headphone jack on your laptop.
speakers' power cord into a surge protector to protect your system from power
surges. *Plug the surge protector
into a wall outlet.
*Turn on your speakers and set the volume at a
medium level. Be prepared to turn the volume up or
down after you turn your laptop on.
*Turn on your laptop and confirm that sound is
coming from your speakers.
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