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1. Check whether your power supply unit is ok (some light on board should glow)
2. check whether RAM is giving problem (you will hear some warning sounds from board - if you have PC board speaker) 3. check whether the monitor is connected properly
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Go to Start, then Run, type services.msc, then enter. When the box comes up, look for Windows Audio in one of the subcategories. Double-click it. right click and restart the service. Also make sure it is set to automatic.
Green is for audio. Make sure you have the proper audio drivers. Check the device manager ofr yellow exclamation points. If so you should do a "Windows Update" if it doesn't have updated drivers for your machine try using google to find Packard Bell's support web page.
first touch and input of your speaker which is the tip of the cable aside from the power chord and higher the volume, if the speaker produce sounds, means your speaking is working fine. now try to uninstall and reinstall the driver of your speaker. see if it works,
In there you should see your hardware. Make sure it is all set correctly. Also check the speaker on the taskbar. Open the sound and make sure that all are checked or (not checked) on to make the sound work ... wave, midi, and so on for what you are playing . Some will turn on when checked, some will turn off when checked...try these settings.
Make sure your music player is set correctly. Go to the properties in the program.