Question about Packard Bell iMedia 6826 (P481000502) PC Desktop
Your problem could be several things. First thing I would check is the Bios setting for the o board sound system. You may fins several settings to choose from depending on weather you are using 2 speakers or 3 or more speakers. Your system setup paperwork should show you the correct selection and plugs to ues on the back of the computer. If you are using th 2 speaker system, then the green plug on the back of the computer is for the sound out and the pink is for the mic. in. If you are past this point the you my have to use the sound setup option after the system is running and check to see if all the appropriate boxes are unchecked so they will work on the sound console. Insure the speakers are on and working correctly and that you don't have a bad input cable between the computer and the speakers. If none of this doesn't correct the problem, turn off the onboard sound system and purchase a aftermarket sound card and install it in one of the open PCI slots and load the software and you should have sound back again. Regards, rcampsr
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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