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Built-in speakers don't work.

I have plugged in the audio cable, but the speakers still won't work. I plugged in my external speakers to the headphone jack and I only get sound sporadically from them. I have tried everysetting that i can think of and everry configuration of cables to no avail. Thank you in advance for your help.
DeAnna
deannanevinsdean@yahoo.com

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  • deannanevins Jan 14, 2009

    The speakers are not muted, I had already checked that It is ano old CPU running Windows 98. Does that make a difference? This is my Aunt's computer and she doesn't have internet, so I'll have to bring it down to my house to check the drivers.

    Any other suggestions?



    Thanks,

    DeAnna

  • deannanevins Jan 16, 2009

    Thank you so much for your help. The disk drive on the old pc wasn't reading the disk. I bought a new cpu today and my speakers work like a charm. My old cpuwas drom the late 80's or early 90's, so it was time for an upgrade!

    Now I have another proble. I have a Toshiba combination TV/VCR. The remote has been lost. I can't find a universal remote that works. Any suggestions? You can only program the

    vcr on-screen

    Thanks in advance,

    DeAnna

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Check whether you have a speaker Icon in the bottom right hand corner of the screen (Notification area)
If you do click it to see if it is muted

Check you have the jack in the pale green socket of the

Also try checking whether the sound drivers require an update
see: http://www.howtofixanything.co.uk/howto-266.html

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

  • Peter Conway Jan 14, 2009

    First try the monitor speakers on another device.

    Leave the PC on and bring a small radio or ipod etc near by and plug the jack into it.



    Do the monitor speakers work?



    Please post the result.



    I think you may have 2 problems a dodgey sound card and monitor speakers.

  • Peter Conway Jan 16, 2009

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