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Re: internal speakers dont work
If there is 'My Compiter' icon on your display screen, right click the mouse then select Properties,then click Hardware top button, then click Device Manager, then click the positive "+" sign of System Devices then click System Speaker then Enable at the use rectangular box option. Or you may use the Control Panel then select Performance & Maintenance. regards
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Go to your control panel, click on "Hardware and Sound" and among the selections, choose "Manage Audio Devices" once you click it, a little window should pop up and would show the sound device on your computer usually the default is "Speakers/Headphones". It should show you a "check" on the device meaning it is enabled so that you should be able to hear sounds on your computer. if it doesnt show you a tick mark (usually) or if it shows you in "red color" it might be disabled and thats the reason why you dont hear anything on ur pc. if that's the case, simply "right click" the device and it will give you option to "enable" it. Choose enable,and make sure to click "OK" otherwise it wont take effect. try playing any audio on your pc again. If it did not resolve your issue, then maybe it must be some sound card issue which is another story.try doing this one first.
Go to my computer, right click on icon, go to properties then select device drivers. disable the sound and audio device.
restart the pc.
then again go to the my computer, right click on icon, go to properties then select device drivers. now enable the sound and audio device reinstall the drivers,it should work
Check if you have plugged in the stereo pin to the right port on the PC.
Open sound control (in control panel) and check if the both speaker(main volume) and the wave volume sliders are not set to the lowest.
you may want to try and reinstall the driver from the manufacturers website. I had to do that with a brand new notebook as the speakers didn't work when first turned on. I'll see if I can locate a link and post again if I find it.
RESTART YOUR COMPUTER, ON REBOOT, CLICK F10 WHEN YOUR CHANGE BOOT OPTIONS SCREEN COMES UP. YOU MUST PRESS F10 QUICKLY OR IT WILL LOAD WINDOWS AND YOU WILL HAVE TO RESTART AGAIN. ONCE YOU GET INTO THE BIOS SETUP UTILITY GO TO SYSTEM CONFIGURATION, SCROLL DOWN TO BOOT OPTIONS CLICK ENTER. GO DOWN TO INTERNAL NETWORK ADAPTER BOOT AND ENABLE IT. GO TO EXIT AND SAVE.. THIS SHOULD WORK.
Try right clicking on yout Volume Icon in the system tray (where your clock is). Click on Open Volume Control. Make sure you have some audio playing, then just go through each channel and mute each one, 1 by 1 until the echo has gone. If that don't work, then again, right click on Volume Icon in Tray, click on Adjust Audio Properties, then under speaker settings, select advance, then choose Desktop Stereo Speakers, under the Speaker Setup Options.
One of those should work. If it is your Mic causing the Echo, then you would get loads of feedback if you whack up the volume. If you don't get the feedback, then it's more then likely the Speaker Setup or some Sound FX is enabled through your Sound Card Software.
Hi Branchy, what brand of laptop is? did you put in the right slot the (out) SPK, verify this , and see if you can play your CDS, also check if not in mute, if problem persist, I recommend use a USB sound card and prove again, sometimes internal sound cards on laptops give problems, also check your BIOS if your sound card is DISABLE, enable again.
hope this help!