Question about Computers & Internet
Basic troubleshooting steps: If you have powered speakers, are they turned on? Are they plugged into the correct hole on the back of the computer (usually the green one).
In the accessories folder (in the start programs), then choosing entertainment and choosing volume control, is the little box that says "mute" checked? Is the volume set too low?
When you go into the control panel and choose sounds, are you able to play a sound, or is the little arrow that allows you to play the sound grayed out? If so, your sound drivers are missing or corrupt. Then your problem becomes "how do I get sound drivers for my computer?" If you ask this, be prepared to give us more information about your computer, the sound card, etc.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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