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Re: my audio codec is not installing so my speaker is...
Try reinstalling it again... download latest version of ur audio codec and reinstall the whole package ..it will solve your problem... donwload k-lite codec pack this is the best of audio codecs...search for the download link in google.
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I see that you have video but there is no sound, if this happens to all audio that you play try checking your audio drivers first if they are correct and installed properly by checking in device manager from your control panel.
if all is correct then this can be a codec problem.
update/download codec for you machine this should make audio work for your system.
codecs can be downloaded free on the internet you can search in google as well. - http://www.free-codecs.com/
READ your quick start booklet. You need to go to control panel, open sound, there are three tabs- choose playback and make sure that the selected speaker is not USB Audio Codec-choose your speakers. In the Record Tab selcect USB Audio Codec.
Install the driver for your soundcard if it is a built-in one or add-on card. K-lite codec pack is a good application for many audio format. And under sound/speaker setting you should set the speaker on, not mute. And your speaker is totally working.
The simple and the only solution to this is reinstalling the sound card drivers.
Go to device manager > under sound video and game controllers Right click on the IDThigh def audio codec and uninstall it.
Alsouninstall the connexant or th realtec audio driver
remember don't install the IDTcodec back.. just reinstall the sound driver from the recovery manager > advance options > hardware driver installation.
Check to make sure the audio cable is plugged into the right port on the back of the PC. Typically it is color coordinated and goes in the green plug.
After you verify that, and it is plugged in correctly, then go into your start button – control panel -sounds and audio devices. Make sure the volume is not muted or turned way down.
If that does not fix the issue you may have an issue with a codec on the system. Do a Google search for k-light codec and download and install the k-light mega codec. I believe it might require a reboot. I have had a lot of luck fixing audio issues with that Codec.
It might be that ur drivers are bad or maybe ur speakers are shot n the best way is to try n connect the speakers to a different sound source... anyhow as for your codec issue the best bet is a codec pack called Klite... it is the best n plays anything n everything... you can get it here...
Have you got codecs installed on laptop, if so uninstall, some codecs has voice ac3 filter in that can speed up the sound so it might sound like bubble boy. Use different codec pack or audio filter.