Question about Dell A215 Computer Speakers
My pc speakers are not working i got a virus or something and now my hardware says i have no speakers, and they are plugged in , but not working! PLEASE HELP!!
Did you try other speakers (that you know work correctly)?
Did you ensure the speakers were plugged into the correct place (wall and back of computer)?
What does your Device Manager say for this device? To get there, right-click on your My Computer icon, select Manage. From there, look in the left hand column for Device Manager. If you select that, It will display information about devices installed on your machine. Look for a red X or a yellow exclamation point.
Let me know what you find or if trying what's above solves your issue.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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if so check that they are plugged in, turned on and the volume is up. Unplug the cord from the computer and touch your finger to the end - it should pop or buzz. if not you probably have bad speakers
You may have a driver problem - Click on Start -> settings -> control panel -> Device Manager and see if anything has a red mark on it.
If so, you may have a virus. Run a scan with yuor anti-virus program, or go to http://housecall.trendmicro.com/us/ and run their free scanner.
Right click on it and select Volume Control options. Make sure that Playback is enabled. If you see no speaker, or it is not red, click on Start->Settings->Sounds, and on the Playback tab, check which device is to be used for playback.
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It is definately a hardware problem if you are plugging whichever into the sound slot. The internal speakers are suppose to switch off when you plug into it and visa versa when you unplug.
To fix this most would replace the socket but that would mean you have to get into the computer. Then again if you know what you are doing you fix this up. At some stage some one force something into that socket and expanded it to stop the switch from workking.
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