Everything appears to be working fine on my Acer X1700 desktop. Except that I get no sound from the speakers. With the exception of the test sound in the Realtek HD Audio manager, when I go to speaker configuration, and click the play button, I get sound out of one of the speakers, and if I have my headphones both speakers. But as stated, I get no other sound anytime, mediaplayer, websites, etc.... Please help.
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try swapping the speakers around if the problem still persists either the speaker is faulty or the speakers plug/outlet is usually at the back of the computer you will have to open up the computer to check the lead attached to the rear of the input plug make sure the connection is good orbe sure to wear an anti static earth strap before touching anything inside your computer try cleaning your computer of dust using a fine air blower from a compressor making VERY sure that there is no MOISTURE in the air line specifically around the CPU central processing unit and your sound card dust causes static to build up in a computer causing it to overheat any many other problems hope this helps don
I had the same trouble a few weeks ago on my Dell Dimension desktop computer. I tried everything. As a last resort, I went to the Dell internet site, put in my model number, downloaded the driver, then it all worked perfectly. I worked for about 3 days before I did that. Even the resource disk didn't have the drivers I needed. I'm sure that Acer would do the same for you.
Hi, these instructions will help you with the Audio problem. These are the steps to setupand 'restore' the “Audio Drivers” Part (1) Click on the "Start" button, go to and click in the (right, pane) Control Panel. Scroll to find, "Ease of Access (or) Speech Recognition Options. Click, on" Replace sound with visual cues. "In the See also: (Category), click, on “Audio Devices, and Sound Themes” click, “Playback” Next, click on the Active "Speakers.” Click “Configure” to "Audio channels"The (Speaker Setup) "wizard,” appear! Select (Test) click, Next! Follow the instructions.Part (2) Click 'Properties' change the "sound"(Level). Click on Enhancements, "Apply" changes. “The (Advanced), “not recommended!”In, the Controller Information (block), click on, Properties to "update" Drivers. Check to see if Device usage: (enable) if not? "Change it." *Note: “Click the "OK" to all change; 'Save,' and apply!” before exiting. “Did this solution help?”Feedback: “Helpful Ratings” appreciated! Thanks, paul7of9”
Do you have a speaker to connected to the computer? You need to isolate the problem, follow the instructions below:
1. Connect the speaker into different computer to make sure that the speaker is working. 2. Check the volume settings by double-clicking the speaker icon on the System Tray (down by the clock) and make sure that the Mute box is not checked. 3. Check the sound properties of the problem computer: * Go to the Control Panel > click on "Sounds" or "Sounds and Audio Devices" * Go to Audio tab and check the sound recording and play-back * Make sure that those two field are configured properly.
If the speaker worked on other computer and the sound properties is configured properly, then there could be a problem with the sound card that you have in your computer. Maybe updating or re-installing the sound card driver will do.
You may want to check the speaker settings themselves within the control panel (Sound Audio Devices + hit the Advanced button under speaker settings). Chances are the current setting is for stereo desktop speakers, you should change it to settings that more closely match your hardware setup...
Do like this Push
Start>>>controlpannel>>>unitmanager.. If you can see
A High lighter Yellow text with you audio cards name dubble click on
it. if it's all gray taged you need to Install it. or Now it shall work
If not Search after driver to your audio card internet witgh your audio card model number...
Try the Microsoft UAA drivers install them first then go to device drivers and right click sound driver and update driver will go on net to find driver (it should find it) and then install it The M/soft UAA driver unless installed first cause a lot of trouble with normal sound drivers