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No yello question mark, no red x, when I play the music I can see the EQ jumped but no sounds from speakers or headphone, all connected correctly, need help.

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Update your driver after rebooting a couple of times it should work. Control panel, systems hardware, audio devices, right click update this driver.

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Cant get to play music without headphoes


Most modern computers come with internal speakers already installed, especially laptop computers.
These speakers may be sufficient if you are performing typical computer tasks, but when you play computer games, listen to music or watch movies on your computer, you may want louder and more vibrant sound.
You can achieve this by installing external speakers or headphones. These can be connected to your computer through the speaker or USB ports included on your computer.

Plug in the speakers or headphones.
If the speakers or headphones use a stereo plug, insert the plug into the speaker/headphone port normally located on the side or front of your computer.
This port is often color-coded green. If the equipment is connected using USB, locate a free USB port.
Some external speakers will also need to be plugged into a power outlet in the wall or your surge protector.
This may be all you need to do to get the speakers or headphones to work. If they do not, continue to the next step.
Open the audio settings on your computer.
From the Windows Start menu, open the Control Panel. Here you will find audio and sound settings.
Click the heading to see your sound and audio options.
Choose "Manage audio devices" in Windows 7.


Find your Playback device.
In the Playback tab, you can select your speakers and set them as the default for your system.
If you do not see your speakers or headphones, they have not been installed properly. Disconnect and reconnect them to see if it corrects the problem.

Configure your settings.
Select your device from the list and click "Configure" to test your settings.
You can adjust the volume by using the volume slider on your computer's task bar or using external controls on the speakers or headphones.


Install speakers
http://www.liutilities.com/how-to/install-speakers-to-a-computer/

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I have a CD Stereo system SA-AK17, 120V, 145W, without speaker. I provided 2 speaker with the brand of Technics, input 200W(.music), 100W(DIN) each speaker. I bought Audio wire and connect speakers...


Some stereo system have the ability to switch off the speakers when playing via headphones. In others the headphone socket itself does the switching. However headphone sockets can become faulty and when the headphone plug is removed it doesn't restore sound to the speakers. It's very easy to fix this, with a check that the contacts are not bent out of place. Or you can rewire a new headphone socket, making a note of the wire connections before you replace it.
Sometimes it is quite difficult to get the speaker cable to make a good contact with the speaker sockets. You should check that they are making contact.
To test any loudspeaker just connect a 1.5 battery for a short time across the disconnected speaker. If working the speaker will pop!
As the sound is going to the headphones the amp seems to be OK and one of the above options should correct the problem.

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Why does the audio cut out on acer z5700 speakers when you connect to a source at the audio output in the back.(expect this only when you connect headphones to headphone input)


When you connect headphones to your computer the computer will only send sound through the headphones and not allow sound to come out of the speakers. this is the way almost all audio drivers are setup, it detects the speakers and the headphones as 2 different devices and will only play sound through one (headphones first and if there are no headphones then speakers).

The only way I know to resolve this (and I hate this suggestion) is to purchase a headphone splitter. Connect the speakers and the headphones through the splitter, the quality of the splitter will determine the quality of the sound.

You could try going to the audio driver options (if there is any program installed by the audio driver) to see if you can get it to play through both but with both my Acer laptops I have been unsuccessful.

Hope this helps.

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Hi, i dont have sound on my PC and on the device manager there is a yellow question mark, what could be the problem? i tried troubleshoot, i have sound drivers installed, it plays music but no sound on my...


It means the driver for your Sound is not correct. You need to reinstall the driver again. Do you know the manufacturer of your SoundCard/Motherboard?


cheers

Feb 08, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Everything I play on my hp dv6000 is way lower pitched than what it should be, I have tried toying with the EQ settings but nothing works. Every sound on my speakers plays really low pitched even when I...


ok, if the sound in the headphones is as low then we know it is not your laptop speakers... try to find the laptop master volume which can be controled by an either designated keys or other keys on your keyboard, look for keys showing a picture of speakers on them, they either work directly by clicking them or you need to press the F key while you click them, either way try playing with these and see if anything happen... good luck

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Sound will not play through headphones


Try here:http://www.computing.net/answers/windows- xp/headphones-amp-speakers-switching/55486.html Also:http://www.vistaheads.com/forums/microsoft-public-windows-vista-music-pictures-video/133605-sound-doesnt-switch-automatically-headphones-when-plugged.html Also:http://www.vistax64.com/sound-audio/198039-sound-doesnt-switch-speakers-headphones.html scroll down the page for the discussion.

Oct 18, 2009 | Philips (33-01-031) Headphones

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No sound when plugging headphone


Go to the control panel and then open system.

In there you should see your hardware. Make sure it is all set correctly.
Also check the speaker on the taskbar. Open the sound and make sure that all are checked or (not checked) on to make the sound work ... wave, midi, and so on for what you are playing . Some will turn on when checked, some will turn off when checked...try these settings.

Make sure your music player is set correctly. Go to the properties in the program.


Aug 31, 2008 | ASUS P5VD2-MX SE Motherboard

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No sound from speakers


Believe it or not, not all speaker plugs, even if they are of the same size are NOT made the same.Some times the "male" PLUG pushes into the "female" socket in such a way that it makes NO connection or does not make the right connection causing the headphones not to work.
TEST: play music that u can hear through the internal laptop speakers, and while the music is playing, plug in the headphones.
The internal speakers SHOULD cut out, and under normal conditions the music should pass through the headphones.
If the speakers cut out and the headphones don't work, your plug is damaged.
If the speakers DON'T cut out after u plug in the headphones, your plug is open.
Depending on the audio circuit, your audio amp. inside the laptop is going to get damaged.
It depends on the WAY the audio circuit was made.

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Toshiba satellite laptop


I think the problem is in your Headphone jack.


Hope this helps.

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