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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.
Hi, Probably not on the pairing issue unless they're bluetooth wireless speaker system and then in that case yes they would probably need to be paired with the source " transmitter or other blutooth device your using " as for as no audio if you are not listening to a " DOLBY DIGITAL " program then you need to go into tv's menu to configure audio to " VIRTUAL SURROUND " or " 3-D " or some other " DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING " mode ie.: haal/stadium/movie/phantom..etc......I hope this was helpful, please let us know one way or the other. and good luck, Prodzilla.
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.
Hi, these instructions will help you with the Audio problem. These are the steps to setupand 'restore' the “AudioDrivers”Part (1) Click on the "Start" button, go to and click in the (right, pane)Control Panel. Scroll to find Hardware and Sound, open the program an select, “Audio Devices, and Sound Themes” selct “Playback” click on the Active "Speakers.” to open Configure to:Audio channels.The Speaker Setup "wizard” help you with the instructions to fix the sound. Select (Test) click, Next!Part (2)Click 'Properties' and change the "sound"(Level). You can also make adjustments using the Enhancements option. “The (Advanced), “I do not recommended!”Next, in the Controller Information(block), open the Properties Icon to "update"Drivers.Check to see if Device usage: is (enable) if not? Enableit. *Note: Click "Apply, OK, and Save when finished. Restart the computer to finalize the changes. "Rating the solution on its helpfulness is appreciated, thanks"
Sometimes when you delete a software that relies on your sound, it will accidently erase the sound driver. Look on the front of your computer and write down the model number of your computer. Example Dell 2400. Go to manufacturers website and click on support and drivers. Find your brand and redownload/install audio driver. Reboot and your all done!
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.
You didn't recover your CD burning program adequately.
Oddlly enough, you don't need drivers for the CD/DVD drives. They
aren't even recognized unless you have a non-microsoft burning
program. Those programs are worth updating. Find out what burning
software you have-- I recommend downloading Belarc Advisor, a free
program which not only tells you everything in your computer, with
model numbers for hardware and all of your software (with their
unique codes), but will also inform you if you are missing any needed
Windows updates. Once you know what you have, if it came with the
computer, you have to seek an upload at the computer manufacturer's
website, as it may be a special program not related to the burning
software purchased from the software manufacturer---go to their
website for upgrades. Check device manager in control panel under
hardware to see if you have a problem with anything (a big yellow
Then go to your audio manager on control panel, and set it up for
whatever speaker configuration you have. I have realtec audio
manager. This step is a must for configuring—you choose whether
your laptop will use its own speaks or use your external speakers—you
have to turn off the internal speakers and turn on the external.. you might find that your internal speakers are switched off.