Speakers are ON, all wires are properly plugged IN.
There is no sound from the desktop.
There is no Volume ICON in the taskbar.
When I checked through Device Manager, it doen't show any problem like Drivers are not installed, however, whenever we try to play any Media file, it gives Audio Error.
Pls see, if you can provide me with relevant Drivers.
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If you go to the Tray Notification Area and right click on the sound icon increase volume, Is it muted? Are the speakers external? Are heaphones plugged in? Are the speakers powered? Plugged in? Is the sound device in service, disabled?
Check you have not accidently muted the sound on the desktop icon ( speaker icon) Check the (green?) line connector is plugged into the correct port on the sound card or chip Check that the audio driver appears in the sounds tab in the control panel (double click sound icon)
If the driver is missing, re-install it
Also while in there, check the tabs for the volumr mixer etc and see volume is set at max for line out
If those steps fail, check the speakers are getting power and the indicator light is on
Finally, test the soundcard with another speaker, or use headphones if no speakers available
uninstall the sound driver from device manager and restart the computer. it will reinstall the default driver on the computer. also check the properties of the sound in the control pannel. double click the icon in the properties and sound window will open then check the settings for the left and right speakers. check the sound wires of speakers if its a external speakers.
Have you checked on the PC that its not muted.? There is normally an icon at the bottom of the screen which looks like a speaker if you right click on it, it will give an option to open the volume controls. Check this to see if sounds have been muted.
Windows has a habit of muting the sound. Please click open the Volume icon from the right bottom corner of the screen. It is shaped like a big speaker. Unmute everything to get sound from the speakers.
When you double click on the volume icon (lower right down by the time) what does it say? Sometimes when you plug in speakers they automatically mute to avoid extremely loud and unpleasant eruptions of sound. Assuming all of that is ok have you plugged your external speakers into power? Computers require powered speakers to operate, either a/c or battery. They should have an on/off swith and a volume control, I imagine you've tried those? If yes right click on your sound icon and select sounds. Click on the playback tab and select your new speakers. Hit the configure tab and the set up will guide you from there.
Click Start, Settings, Control Panel, then double click the "Sounds and Audio Devices" icon. Make sure the Mute box isn't checked and the Volume bar is at least 1/2 way on the Volume tab. Also click the Speaker Volume tab and adjust the sound there as well if needed. You might also want to check the "Place volume icon in the taskbar" icon so you can easily adjust the sound settings next time.