There are no active mixer drivers available information msg comes when i clicked volume cntroller
Go to Start - Programs - Accessories - Multimedia or Entertainment
and then select Volume Control. Note: If you have more than one
playback device installed in your computer, make sure that the proper
device has been selected before modifying the mixer control settings. To
do so, select Properties from the Options menu, and make sure that the
proper device has been selected.
Make sure that the Mute All check box below the Volume Control
slider and the Mute check box below the Wave slider are not checked, and
that the Balance sliders for Volume Control and Wave are in the center
of the scale.
Move the Volume Control and Wave sliders at least halfway to the top
of the scale. If the Play Control and Wave sliders do not appear,
select Properties from the Options menu, and then make sure the Play
Control and Wave check boxes are checked. You may need to adjust the
current Play Control or Wave slider settings to play wave files at the
volume level you want.
If you hear popping or crackling noise from USB speakers, turn off the SpeedStep
(if you have a Intel Mobile Pentium III processor) functionality during
the sound session. To do so, set the power scheme to an non-adaptive
mode: Click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Performance and Maintenance, and click Power Options. On the Power Schemes tab, click Always On in the Power schemes box, and then click OK.
Jan 01, 2011 |
Creative Labs SBS 250 Computer Speakers