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Make sure the driver is installed in Windows Device Manager. If not, then install them. If they are then make sure there is not a yellow bang next to the card. If everything looks good, then double check your audio connects, power to the speakers, and volume settings in the operating system. Also, if your system has more than one sounds card, ensure you are connecting your speakers to the right one.
I hate to say it but it sounds like one of the audio chips that drives the speakers shorted out! The high powered outputs (more than 7 watts) need both speaker wires to be ungrounded. You will need to find someone to replace the defective chip or else get a new unit.
Just had this problem. Radio comes on, no sound (or it would make a loud static sound if you hit the radio or ramdomly on it's own), everything else is fine, display, CD works etc.. So I bought an identical used replacement radio on ebay, still not working and the same problem.
Then I found a post that suggested looking in the trunk and found that one of the plastic terminals for the wires on the rear speaker had broken off. Wiggled it, and the radio came on. Problem? Stuffing too much junk in the trunk caused the problem, it snapped the plastic clip where the speaker wire is soldered in (connection was in fact still good), and then it shorted.
On the Back of the Case there are connections for the Mic and the sound look for the In or Out Connections You may have plugged the speakers into the wrong plug go to this page FOR A MORE DETAILED test
Do you see a speaker on your desktop on the lower right hand side? If you do, then click it and look to see if you have anything that is muted. If everything is fine then go to Settings and control panel and look in mutimedia. In audio, make sure your sound card is appropriately set. If you dont see a speaker or you dont see your sound card in multimedia, then you need to reinstall the drivers for your sound card. If everything checks out fine and it says your sound card is working properly...then check the speaker connection in back of you computer. Good luck.
I think that your hardware isnot functioning correctly and that a connector is loose. find a way to check this and post again. i will see what can be done. remember it doesn't have directly related to the speakers look around the board and wires for faulty connections let me know of anything suspicious.
I have a Teac ag-7700 and when I would try to power it on it would shut off. I did get it to turn on for about 10 minutes and then it shut off. Now when I try to power it on the light on volume dial stays lit but the LED does not light up and no sound through speakers.