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Re: speakers are not working
Go to sound manager and check it to ur required mode.
also try to go to start -> programs -> Accesories -> Entertainment -> Volume control ->check if ur stereo is not muted and also if it's on thehighest mode.
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Make sure you have installed the Acer's audio driver for your model laptop. Test the audio by playing a music CD. SKYPE MICROPHONE PROBLEM If the person cannot hear you then, either your microphone driver not installed or not working OR the microphone is not configured in Skype. To test your microphone then click on Start - All Programs - Accessories - Entertainment - Sound recorder. Then record your voice and then play it back. If this is OK then the microphone need to be configured in Skype. To configure the microphone - Open Skype - Tools - Options - Audio Settings for the Microphone THEN click on Save.Also while you are in the Audio Settings select the your Audio card in Speakers.
look in the control panel for sounds and audio devices, if the error sounds are coming through, then the speakers are working, leave them plugged into that port, check your speaker configuration setting try setting it to stereo speakers. It also sounds like you may have it set to 5.1 and are only hearing the rear audio channel. problem being your two speakers connected to a 5 - 6 speaker configuration. Again, solved by setting the speaker configuration to 2 speakers (stereo) .
Let me know the outcome. Thanks
It should go black to black, green to green, and orange to orange (the color coordinated pattern). I suspect your problem may be in the audio driver or a bad wire or bad sound card/ports.
First try re-configuring your audio (like you did when the computer was new): If you have an audio card, start the software for that. Start > All Programs > Creative > Creative Sound Console. If you end up in Entertainment mode. Click on the Speakers tab and Autoconfigure the speakers. If you have the on-board audio, see the Realtek audio in the Device Manager. Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Realtek HD Audio Manager. Click on the Speaker Configuration tab and choose your audio set-up.
Check if the Device Manager has a red x or yellow exclamation point for the audio. Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Device Manager. Try updating the driver. (In Windows 7, this works best if Windows Updates is set to automatically install drivers as well as other updates. Look in Windows Updates, the driver may be waiting to be installed.) Then try reconfiguring again after a reboot.
Also check if the speakers are getting power. Note: the configuration step above won't work if the speakers aren't powered and plugged in. Try them on another computer if you can.
You have to make sure you have in control panel your audio sound card, well installed and is working right. Then go to control panel and see your speaker configuration, is suppose to be at 5.1 speakers also you can use 6.1 Speaker configuration. Be sure you connect right your speakers at back of the audio jacks!
check properly that the system sound is properly configured and check that the all the speakers are working or not then see that the setting is 5.1 audio channel then also check the volume controller level in the amplifier. if all these settings doesnt work then download srs soundbox from www.google.com and install it and configure it properly to get a loud sound.
Sounds like you are getting quad sound in the test process that checks them, yet when in windows media player or winamp (or whatever) your rear speakers aren't producing sound: Try setting your sound drivers to do something like "speaker fill" then you are set. I'm under the belief that stereo sounds aren't being matrixed into all 4 speakers.
Have you tested the speakers on another computer? Have you installed all of the software including the Creative Audio console? If yes to both, you need to go into the Creative Audio Console and select the speaker configuration tab and use the drop down menu to choose the speaker configuration you are using. They offer 2/2.1 4/4.1 5.1 6.1 and 7.1 options. If you don't select the speaker configuration, the speaker ports for the other channels are disabled. There are also options in various media players for speaker configurations. Most don't auto configure. At least not with the Creative Audigy cards. Hope this helps.
Check when you plug in the headphone the laptop speakers get off or not also see the audio configuration under control panel sound that you choose digital sound or its having channels system like 5.1 or 7.1 channels you have to configure it to headphone