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Go to your sound card settings under start settings control panel, select the real tek audio then in there there should be settings on how your sound comes out of your computer make sure that it is not set on some funky audio morphing setting. Someone must have played some pranks on you but yes its total fixable with a couple strokes of the mouse. ruldss2008
try to find the sound device from the device manager and activate it ...you can also try to update driver from there ..it will run an wizard for that ...if you do not have the sound driver ..its tricky ... http://www.driversdown.com/drivers/Acer-TravelMate-5100-Notebook-Realtek-Audio-Driver_73501.shtml this is the link where you will find it ....the name of your driver is Acer TravelMate 5100 Notebook Realtek Audio Driver v18.104.22.16811 Windows XP
You may have to balance the equalizer in order to restore the proper sound. if there is a default sound option then you should go ahead with that. yo have to access this by going to options by the sound image on the bottom right hand sidde of the screen.
try connect the speakers externally on green connector on your laptop check if its working . ok otherwise there may be a problem in sound card (may be drivers installing problem or soundcard problem) if not solved call to my mobile : 9440346646