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I'm not sure I understand your statement? To increase volume, click on the Sound/Audio Icon in the Tray Notification Area, adjust or right click, select Playback devices, select speakers. If Headphones are plug in , unplug. If Muted, un-mute. You didn't post the Acer Model or OS you are using, so I can post the Audio driver?
* if you can connect to the internet, update your drivers using your drivers CD for the sound card. If you don't have driver CD, you can visit your manufacturer's support site and check for audio drivers.
point to the audio icon on the taskbar this is usually beside the time and date right bottom corner of your screen click on it (audio icon) same used to turn volume up and down click on mixer look to see that n option there is mute moost important the explorer option
The sound card is inside the laptop and is part of the motherboard. This means that you cannot take the sound card out and replace it.
You may need to reinstall the audio drivers for the machine but check first that the volume has not been muted. Look to the bottom right of the screen for an icon that looks like a speaker and click on that and see if it has been muted or just turned down. If there is no speaker icon there it may have disappeared from the system tray. You can use your keyboard to turn the volume up or down and to mute and un-mute it. The keyboard toggles are as follows >>>
To turn the volume up hold down Fn and press the PageUp key. To turn the volume down hold down Fn and press the PageDn key. To mute hold down Fn and press the End key.
It is also a good idea to check in the BIOS to make sure the on-board audio has not been disabled.
 --> Right Click the Volume Icon at the bottom right corner of your screen [The Task bar].  --> Click [Playback Devices]  --> Right Click the [Speakers] Icon and click Properties  --> Click the [Levels] Tab; and there you will see the Microphone Volume slider (The one at the very bottom of the "HD Audio output" and "PC Beep" sliders where you can un-mute the mic playback (By clicking the unmute icon, than slide the volume up to where you prefer it... Simple I hope I was able to help someone with this...
Look at the speaker icon in the lower right corner by the clock. If you see a red circle with a line through it, then it's muted. All you have to do is left click on the speaker and the volume control will open up and you can un-mute it from there.
First Make sure the audio is not muted by single left clicking the audio icon at the bottom right of the screen. Seconded Double click the audio icon at the bottom right of the screen and the audio panel will display check nothing is muted. You can also check by going to 1. START 2. CONTROL PANEL. 3. SOUND SPEECH & AUDIO DEVICES. 4. SOUND AND AUDIO DEVICES. Check the mute box is not ticked. Third Right click my computer. Click properties. Click hardware. If you have a yellow mark next to any item download the appropriate driver from the manufactures web site. If it’s not muted you will most likely find you have not got the audio driver installed.
Look for the speaker icon in the lower right of you screen. Is there a line
through it? If there is, click on the speaker and un-mute it. If not, try going into control panel under sounds and see if the speakers are muted there. Good Luck
If you were just messing around with the keyboard, you have have just muted your audio output. You may even see in the lower right corner of your screen a red circle with a line through it over the volume control icon. Laptop keyboards have function keys that let you mute your audio from the keyboard. Go into your control panel and click on the sounds icon, see if you have the mute box checked and uncheck it to un-mute your audio