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Try a reboot, or, in the Tray Notification Area, click on the sound icon.

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I have a JVC RX 554v Receiver when it's turned on I have no sound their is a mute auto light that's lit in the window....Tried changing the speaker wires with no results...


From the remote control only: Press MUTING to turn off the sound through all speakers and headphones connected. "MUTE" appears on the display and the volume turns off. To restore the sound, press MUTING again. Turning MASTER VOLUME or pressing VOLUME +/- also restores the sound.

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Last night my computer had sound and now the is no sound i dont know how to fic it i went to the control panel and everything looks fine from there but when i try to play a movie ir a song NOTHING! HELP! ...


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Make sure your audio is not muted, go to audio control panel and check for any problem.

If not muted, try to run the SYSTEM RESTORE (for Windows Operating System), go to START, choose ACCESSORIES, choose SYSTEM TOOLS, choose SYSTEM RESTORE and choose previous date your computer have sound.

Please rate and make a comment if you find this solution very helpful and might help others as well. Post more comments if you need more help.

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I tried restoring the sound by pressing Muting on master volume. Auto Muting still appears on the display and I can't restore the sound.


"Auto Muting" is for FM reception only and means it will mute the FM audio unless the signal is strong enough to provide decent audio.

Re-evaluate your symptom and corrective actions for relevancy.

Manual / Troubleshooting Page 31:

http://www.retrevo.com/support/JVC-RX-6000VBKJ-Receivers-manual/id/315bh050/t/2/

Dec 27, 2010 | JVC RX-6000V Receiver

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HOOKED ALL MY SPEAKERS UP BUT SUB AND CANT GET ANY SOUND FROM FM OR TV THAT I HAVE HOOKED UP AM I MISSING SOMETHING ALSO THERE IS A LIGHT THAT SAYS SOUND MUTE BY FM


From the remote control ONLY:

Press MUTING to mute the sound through all

speakers and headphones connected.

"MUTING" appears on the display and the

volume turns off (the volume level indicator goes

off).

To restore the sound, press MUTING again so that "OFF" appears

on the display.

• Turning MASTER VOLUME on the front panel or pressing
VOLUME +/- on the remote control also restores the sound.

Dec 22, 2010 | JVC RX-778V

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Dell Studio 17 windows 7/ Sound disappeared completely.


The best thing to do would be a system restore. You might have installed some software or changed some settings which made the sound disappear.

Click on Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore and follow the on screen instructions.

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Satalite pro m50, no sound


On my Toshiba laptop. I mute the sound by pressing Fn + Esc. If I press Fn + Esc again, the sound is restored.

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I am seeking to restore my computer to an earlier date to get my sound back


You can only restore once you have made a restore point. Then you can restore your system back to the time of that restore point. I don't think going back to a set restore point is going to fix your sound unless you made changes to volume and configurations like muting your sound. Restore points won't put your drivers back in if they are damaged or missing. Open "Control Panel" and then go to "Sound and Audio Devies" Click the option to put volume in taskbar and then open the volume control. Make sure that "Mute" isn't checked and slide the volume controls back up. You should also go to "Control Panel" and "System" then to "Device Manager" and make sure you can see your sound card an that there isn't a mark next to it. Check with the manufacturer of your computer system and see if there are updated drivers for your sound card.

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No sound at all on my computer.


Try to perform system restore.

Apr 30, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Im cant seem to get any sound period


check in the control panel, under sound settings for a mute option

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No sound from the monitor


Plug the monitor speakers into a source of constant sound (mp3/cd player) and make sure the monitor is not muted and volume is at least half way.

If that works adjust the volume and mute settings on the computer

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