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check the drivers click stat control panel administation tools computer management deivice manager scroll to
sound video and game
controllers could be a yellow question exclamation mark? ! or a red X right click to re-install drivers
click start control panel
sounds and audio volume advanced speakers make sure you have selected the correct
speakers also audio you will find 3 drop down lists make sure you have the
you dont have a motherboard disk you will need to download the sound drivers
check the leads attached to
the rear of the input plugs make sure the connection is good or you might have to clean
the dust from your computer dust causes static which causes your computer to
overheat and all sorts of problems
also if you had to hit the subwoofer to get it to turn on check all power leads attached the to and around the subwoofer hope this helps
I have the same sound bar and in the middle of watching a movie, it just stopped working. I came to the conclusion that it was the optical hookup on the back of the speaker that had an issue. The problem with the entire situation is that I had only owned the sound bar for around two to three weeks and only watched around four movies on it until this problem. Either a fluke or bad quality. Check your optical connection if that is what you have it hooked up to.
Is the speaker system set up in Windows as a 5.1 speaker system? If so, the problem with the sound is the program used to play the audio. For example if you are watching a movie and the player used does not support 5.1 then it will not play the audio properly. If the sound works correctly playing a game in 5.1 you should be able to figure it out from there.
Investigate the "no green light" condition -- did some animal chew through the power-cord? Did some child pull the power-cord out from the outlet? Did your room-mate go on an "energy-conservation" binge, and turn the speakers off?
1) Ensure your speakers are correctly plugged into the back of the PC they should be plugged into a light green port
2) ensure the volume control on the speakers are turning and you have set them to a decent level
3) Click on Start>Control Panel>sounds and audio devices and ensure the volume is up and the volume is not muted
Please try the above
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Hi, I got my on tour a couple of months ago and it worked fine. But just recently it starts stopping emitting any sound one hour or so after I start it. No sound at all, and the light goes off too. If I press one of the buttons, the light will glim just once.
1) check your setting for sound to (2 way speakers)
2) Setting for Volume in control panel.
3) connector may be you need a little expantion from radio shack gold ext.
4) be sure you got sound from headphones !! **
1) check audio driver is installed in system or not it may have some one remove audio driver. 2)If driver installed check volume is not mute. 3)If all thing is ok check speaker in another system by connecting it. 4) If spk is working in another system. it means sound card of that system is faulty.