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Sound comes out of speakers like the crackin when its powering on but none of the buttons or keys will give me sound and all the button lites are working how can i fix this
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You don´t have to replace it. Just cut about 1,5 - 2 cm off the end (that´s where mine was broken) and scrape the tracks free with a knife. Then but a small batch of tape behind the end so it will be held in the socket. That´s it, a 10 min fix.
Posted on May 11, 2008
This is a common problem, the cable that connects the button board to the system board goes bad. Usually but not always the power button stops working as well and the speakers. Replacement cables can be purchased on eBay or from: www.2fix.net. Its fairly easy to replace the cables.
The screws for the panel with the power and Multimedia buttons are located under the battery. Remove the battery, then the 3 silver screws. You also need to remove the keyboard to get to the other end of the cable. There are 3 black screws to remove; 2 in the battery bay, and 1 in the memory bay. The keyboard screws are identified ay a small keyboard icon.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
Sounds like the keyboard got wet. If not and you feel there is no damage from anything else it is possible that you might need to reload the software; if you have it. I don't know the age or model of your laptop but you should be able to plug in a PS2 or USB keyboard and see if that works. If so then you definitely have a keyboard problem.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
Check the volume controls and sound properties. Make sure that the master volume ins not in "MUTE".
Double-click the speaker icon on your tool bar. The volume controls will appear.
Check the Sound properties:
Right-click the speaker icon > Adjust Audio Properties:
Audio tab > make sure to select the right sound device.
Thank you and good luck!
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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