My audio not hear anything.the audio icon at text bar also missing.so what i must do?is that i must change the audio from xp to vista programme/
I have a problem with not being able to record properly using microphone. connected to the mic jack of my advent laptop. I used vista voice recorder and avs4u; both give this problem I used call corder with the phone and the mic only records me not the other person who is faint to inaudible. I suspect this problem may not be the one of the call corder but that of the sound settings of laptop because this problem (one way recording only) is not present when I do analog recording with a conventional tape recorder and analog dictaphone. I have tried setting Bitrate>= 64 Kbs and sampling rate >22k following an internet recommendation for human voices, but it is of no avail.
Go to "start", "Control panel", "Sound and audio devices", check "place volume icon in the task bar" (you may have to uncheck it (apply), re-check it (apply) for it to show up (mine sometimes disappears as well for no reason. Check that volume (s) are not on "mute"
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Click on the Start button, then click on Control Panel from the right-hand side to delve into your computer's settings. From the Control Panel, click on Sound and Audio Devices to bring up your audio settings. Check the Place volume icon in the taskbar and then click Apply. You should now be able to see your volume icon from the taskbar again.
Get back the Quick Launch bar
Windows 7's new taskbar functions as a program launcher as well as
task switcher. As a result, the old Quick Launch bar, the area on the
left side of the taskbar that contained shortcuts for frequently used
programs, has been banished. However, if you really miss the little
applet, you can add it back. Here's how to do it:
1. Right-click the taskbar and choose Toolbars --> New Toolbar.
2 . You'll be asked to select a folder for where the new toolbar
should live. In the Folder text box at the bottom of the dialog box,
enter this text:
%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch
After you do that, click Select Folder. A link for the Quick Launch
bar will be added to the taskbar. It will be on the right of the
taskbar, just to the left of the Notification area.
It's not particularly useful docked all the way to the right with no
application icons showing, so we're going to have to do a bit of work
on it to make it useful. Right-click the taskbar and, in the pop-up
menu, remove the check next to "Lock the taskbar." Now right-click
Quick Launch and remove the checks next to Show Text and Show Title.
Once you've done that, drag the vertical triple dotted line next to
the Quick Launch bar to the left until you expose its icons. To prevent
further changes, right-click the taskbar and check Lock the taskbar.
You can now use the Quick Launch bar as you could in Windows XP and
Vista, including adding icons to it and deleting them.
put your hand on chip of your sound card on board if its hot so sure you need to disable and buy sound card or replace this chip also check audio jumper on board and try to install windows again and install the driver if u see on task bar sound volume icon check by tested headphone if there is out sound or no i wish i helped u
Go to Start>Settings>Control Panel. Double click system. Then device manager. Look for a yellow sign with !. If you have one of these your sound card is not installed or driver is corrupt. What is the make/model of your computer. Thanks, Lee
If you're talking about Windows XP, the volume control is available from the ControlPanel under Sounds and Audio Devices; place a check-mark by the Place Volume in Task bar.
If you don't have Win XP, you can try to reinstall your sound icon by going to ControlPanel -> Add / Remove Programs, Windows Setup tab and then double click the Multimedia icon and place a checkmark on Volume Control. If it's already there, take the checkmark off, then click OK. Then go back in again and place the check mark on.
This will hopefully reset it.