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Nosound on my computer

I plugged in my headset for the mic and speaker, but is till cannot hear any sound on my pc. Would you be nice to walk me through on how I can troubleshoot the sound system of this pc.
I have an ASUS pc

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Do like this Push Start>>>controlpannel>>>unitmanager.. If you can see A High lighter Yellow text with you audio cards name dubble click on it. if it's all gray taged you need to Install it. or Now it shall work

If not Search after driver to your audio card internet witgh your audio card model number....


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Then you just adjust the volume for the headset with the sound settings of the computer.

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the line out is used for your computer speakers, plug in the green colored jack from your speaker into the line out jack and you hear whatever your playing on your computer, ie: music TV or internet broadcasts. You may have to set up the device or software settings that you are using before it properly gets the sound to go through your speakers. Some compatible or Creative Labs emulator cards have five pin outs, these are for a more sophisticated sound system like 5.1 or higher. These jacks have 3 outgoing jacks. One for center speaker then one for front and one for rear. a 6.1 system card may have a side speaker out jack also.


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Hello, If you're using Windows XP you can go to the small speaker icon in the taskbar and double click on it, coose the menu options and choose Advanced controls, you'll be able to see a button under the MIC slider, click on it and then check Mic boost, click the close button and you're done, please don't hesitate to ask again if you are using vista or windows 7, have a nice day :)

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Hello, When I connect my headset on my laptop Asus a7sv I get sound but no sound from the speakers. I have Windows Vista en I downloaded the original driver from the asus website. I tried everything....


Most headphone jacks operate as you describe. There is a switch built into the jack that diverts the audio from the speakers to the headphones for "private listening". If it didn't work this way, there would be no way that you could enjoy an audio track or other program with others having to hearing it, too.

You could get around this problem by using an external speaker set and a "splitter cable".
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A splitter cable is simply a three ended cable like the one pictured above. The first end has a male plug that matches the jack on your computer - likely a stereo mini plug. The other two ends are usually the same; but the female version. You would plug the splitter into the SPEAKER jack and the laptop speakers would be silenced. Next, you would plug the the external speakers into one of the splitter jacks and then your headset would plug into the remaining splitter jack. You would connect the microphone plug into the MIC jack on the laptop.

You'll have to tinker with the sound levels as there will be feedback issues - depending on how close and loud the speakers are to the headset microphone.

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When you are installing the skype software, there comes a time when skype will offer you the option to test your hardware. Here you will try out the speakers and mic, and skype will tell you if they are in skype accepted order.
My friend actually installed it not too long ago, and after the install, I saw that skype gave him the option to make a test call right on the program interface window. We used it, and it made a call to a skype computer voice which advised us that if we could hear her talking, then our speakers are fine, and to now go ahead and speak into our mic, if the mic is working we will be able to hear what we just said into it.
That was a great little way to make sure our speakers and mic were in fact working, and they were.
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