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3 possible solutions:-
• Adjust the Windows volume control - select the speaker icon from the Settings Charm or click the arrow on taskbar to show the hidden icons in Windows desktop mode, then click the speaker icon. Ensure that the volume is turned up and the sound is not muted. Adjust the volume, bass, or treble controls to eliminate distortion.
• Reinstall the audio driver.
• Disconnect any headphones from the headphone connector - sound from the speakers is automatically disabled when headphones are connected to the computer's side-panel headphone connector.
I also give a link below to a page from which you can download the full manual for future reference.
switch on the speaker system remove the jack connected to your pc.give full volume / off volume, just touch the jack pin from your finger.check the sound is coming. if sounds well your speaker is ok.problem with pc. if not in woffer ic has to be replaced.
I have an aspire acer 4741 series laptop. I always turn my sound volume to the max (Fn key's + arrow UP).
But if you encounter too low sound, you double click on the speaker icon in the lower right hand, it should bring up the mixer volume menu. Make sure none of the 'mute' buttons are selected. Also check the sliders to full volume or whatever is confortable for you.
IS A LOOSE WIRE CONNECTION TO THIS SPEAKER ---- WHEN ON FULL VOLUME THE HIGHER CURRENT COMING TO THE SPEAKER KEEPS IT PLAYING ....... CHECK THE CONNECTION ON THE BACK OF THE SPEAKER ---- MAYBE UNHOOK AND RECONNECT AGAIN ......... IF NOTHING CHECK THIS SPEAKER CONNECTION AT THE STEREO REAR .............. YOU WILL FIX THIS
Two possible causes.1) Vol Settings changed in windows2) Bad hardware
1) Check your system's sound settings:
Goto Control Panel
Double Click Sound and Audio devices / Sound, Speech, and Audio Devices
In device Volume Click Advance
Master Volume Control Window will open
Increase all the volumes to max, also make sure that Mute us UNCHECKED.
From the bottom right corner of your screen in system tray, double click a small speaker icon and open Master Volume Control.
For Vista and Windows 7
From system tray (its at bottom right corner of your screen) double click on small speaker icon, it will open Volume mixer
Increase the volume to max.
2) If this does not work, then test your speakers by connecting it to some other system and vice versa.
If you get desired sound volume when you connect some other speakers to your system, then you have to change your speakers. And if your speakers are working fine on other system then you may have to purchase a new sound card.