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right click my computer in the desktop then click properties then hardware device manager expand the audio video and game controller and see wether any driver is marked in yellow if marked reinstall the driver if driver is installed properly you will see a speaker icon in the task bar right click it click adjust audio properties and click volume and move the slider to full and look wether tick mark in the mute if there is remove them
1. Check to see if you have the volume control in the "off" position in the task bar (speaker icon) bottom left Of the Windows screen. 2. Go to the "device manager" to see if the sound card is working properly. check for updated sound card drivers. (See the helps menu to get to the device manager found usually in the "control panel" 3.Some sound cards are integrated with the mother board and can stop operating. Therefore a replacement sound card is needed. PCI possibly. Contact your manufacturer for a possible replacement mother board or you may have to purchase a usb sound card.
did you install the sound driver of your pc? go to the start menu then clik the control pannel then soun/audio properties then you can see the slide bar for volume adjustment be sure you can adjust it if not then you should install the sound driver..there is also an option there for mute audio uncheck it to enable audio.good luck and just post a message if you have further question..much appreciated if you click the 4 thumbs up button for answering your free question
This includes variety of problems like hardware related (defection or incompatibility of some
components),operating system incorrect drivers, software, memory
defragmentation or something else. There could be some malicious
software making symptoms like this, or even regularly installed software
with bugs or disrupting system resources. So depending of the real
cause, the solution of the problem can invoke interventions as simple as
reinstalling driver, or more complicated and expensive like
reinstalling operating system, changing software or even hardware
components.Try to increase RAM of your system , this may help you.
First guess, ensure the speakers are powered, double check all connections. Ensure that all audio drivers are installed in the device manager, or try installing the drivers for audio from Dell's website. You can search via your Dell service tag to provide drivers for your PC.
Ensure the volume control for Windows is turned up and not muted, and ensure the volume on the speakers.
Are you trying to play an audio CD from the DVD drive? If so, it may require a 4 pin analog cd audio cable which goes from the DVD drive to the sound card.
Go to Dell's support page. Put in your computer's service tag. Choose download drivers and look over the list. Choose the audio device that is installed on your system. After you download it, navigate to the folder you saved it in and double click the installer.
Go to control panel, then click on system, then click on the tab hardware, then device manager
Look down the list under sound, video, & games controllers.
Check if the sound is set up, if not set up you will see something to the nature of audio controller with a yellow ! point. This means the driver is not installed. Go to Gateway's website to download the driver for your sound card if this is the case. If not check the soun properties to see if you have it muted.