Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2
On my computer, my left headphone speaker AND my left speaker on my computer (included with the monitor) do not work. All of these have been running perfectly. I have tried the headphones in another computer, and they worked fine. I have also tried changing the balance of the sound from the middle to the left, and this didn't help. I have tried unplugging and replugging the headphones into the computer, and this did not help. Does this mean I need to buy a sound card?
Buying a new sound card might solve the problem and the only reason it will is because it will come with a disc that has the proper drivers. But at the same time since its only affecting the left side, you may want to trace the audio wires and see if maybe its a burnt circuit or maybe a disconnected jack. Hope this was helpful. Good Luck =)
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
Probably, unless there is another setting that you have missed. Have you loaded the correct drivers for the sound card?
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