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First, find out if the speakers or audio is working properly. At your PC menu, left click Setting, Control Panel, and Add hardware. Click the add hardware wizard and just follow the instruction until you will find all the installed hardware of your PC. Click at the Audio, and the sound driver of your PC to find if these are working properly. Assuming that this are working properly, test the audio output of your PC by putting in another set of speaker (borrowed or otherwise). If you hear the sound, then it is a connection problem. The wire to the speaker could be broken, or the speaker itself. Under this condition, it is your option to open up your monitor and test the speakers. Or to just buy a new set of speakers. Unless you are familiar with handling an open monitor, you may go ahead with opening the monitor Otherwise, it is wiser to buy the speakers which is much cheaper than a monitor that could accidentally get damage.
Try to re-install your audio driver !! Also go to add and remove and remove media player and then go and re-install windows media player again( probably a newer version ) should work!!! swampratt200 AAAEEE!!!!!
Depends on what operating system you are using. If you are using Windows Xp and above. You can try going into add remove hardware. Try adding a new hardware from list. When you can try reinstalling the windows audio driver. This has worked for me numerous times. Try this step My computer -Control panel ( use classic veiw) -- Add Hardware --- Click Yes ---- Scroll down to the bottom of the list and select add a new hardware device ----- install from a list 2nd option ------ click on sound video and game controllers ------- Try the Aztech systems and use the first option on the right hand window. then click next until you are able to install it. It should work after that. Best of Luck
When you have a monitor that has built-in speakers, you must hook that monitor to your computer with a cable--the type of sound cable any other speakers have. It has a male jack on each end. One end goes into the little sound in hole in the back of the monitor. The other goes into the green hole on your sound card (either the built-in card or an add-on card). Another thing to check is to see that the sound drivers are working. You know they are if the computer had sound that played through other speakers. If you hook it all up and there is no sound, then you most likely have a sound driver problem (or your sound is muted!)
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The only way i can see of feeding two sets of speakers from the one pc would be to buy or make up a "splitter" audio lead .....i.e a 3.5mm stereo jack on one end connected to the pc with two lots of wiring going to 2 3.5 mm jacks. I don't know whether a store like Maplins would sell such a lead. Are you any good with a soldering iron??
Alright, I got the answer for ya, first, go into your control panel. Click on Sounds and Audio Devices. Listed in this window should be the name of your sound card. Under that, should be Device Volume, and at the bottom, should be the Speaker Settings, click into Advanced, next to speaker volume. It should show you a diagram of a monitor with the amount of speakers it has selected shown next to it. Where it says Speaker Setup, click and then scroll down until you see 3 settings labeled Monitor Stereo, Monitor Stand Stereo, and Monitor Mounted Stereo. Whatever one enables the sound will be the one you want to stick with.