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Run the Call Setup Assistant. This tool is built right into Yahoo! Messenger. To run the Call Setup Assistant: Click the Messenger menu.Select Preferences.In the Preferences dialog box, click Calling & Devices.In the Calling & Devices dialog box, under the "Test Audio" heading, click Open the call setup assistant.Click Next to go to the "Microphone Setup" page.Choose the microphone you want to use from the pull-down menu, then speak into that microphone.Click Next to go to the "Speakers Setup" page.Choose the speakers you want to use from the drop-down menu, then adjust the volume with the slider on the page.Click Finish.In the Preferences dialog box, click Apply and then click OK. NOTE: Colored lights on the page indicate your microphone or speakers are working.
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if you wants to install the audio driver, please visit dell site's support section and download audio driver.
If you wants to set a speaker, see the back panel, three audio ports are there looking round hold. insert your speaker pin in the middle hole. power on the speaker and enjoy
According to LG's website the monitor has an HDMI input. Depending on the Freebox you have it could be hooked up through this port. Most DVD, Blueray, and tuner boxes will have an HDMI out on them. You would still need to output your sound. There is a headphone out on the monitor, so with a mini jack and a set of pc speakers you should be able to get sound. If not you could always wire from the audio out to an audio in on a stero/surround sound system.
ok make sure your monitor wire is connect properly and reinstall your video driver becouse it happ when display is not properly set kkkk if problum still check on onther computer but use your monitor k
Are there speakers on the monitor? If it has speakers then they need to be connected to the speaker output[s] on your soundcard. Usually with dell it is colorcoded green on the back of your computer. Hope this helps.
Alright, I got the answer for ya, first, go into your control panel. Click on Sounds and Audio Devices. Listed in this window should be the name of your sound card. Under that, should be Device Volume, and at the bottom, should be the Speaker Settings, click into Advanced, next to speaker volume. It should show you a diagram of a monitor with the amount of speakers it has selected shown next to it. Where it says Speaker Setup, click and then scroll down until you see 3 settings labeled Monitor Stereo, Monitor Stand Stereo, and Monitor Mounted Stereo. Whatever one enables the sound will be the one you want to stick with.