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Audio Sound quit .... move volume up down ... no Audio ... purchased 5/2006

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  • griffiths123 Dec 11, 2007

    my model relisys jm777 has the speakers built in but no sound is coming out . help !!

  • devin01_ Dec 31, 2007

    My audio works, but it quit on me -__-'



    This is the second time it happened..

    But this time it went on for longer.

  • FacialHarry Jan 03, 2008

    My audio just stopped...one minute it worked, then it stopped...any suggestions?

  • laga Feb 13, 2008

    I moved my computer to another room, and now no longer have any audio - it is a Samsung syncmaster 713BM - this has happened before, the solution was simple, but I can/t remember what it was - lg 2/13/08

  • Margaret Booker Oct 08, 2008

    I bought my Hansol H550 15" LCD monitor on 3/9/2003 and have no problem when listening to my CD's that is up untill last week when after going through all diagnostic tests I came to the conclusion that the speakers in my monitor were no longer working.

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2009

    no tinene audio

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2009

    no tiene audio

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Ayooo.. cannot help like this maaa

no detail.. model? anything....

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Toshiba VC-L2B Remote Control Sound volume bar is moving up and down, but there is no sound out of speaker.


Check to make sure the wiring between the sound bar and your audio source is hooked up correctly. Check the source to see if it has it's own volume control. Many TVs require external speakers to be enabled in the "audio" section of your TV's "Settings" menu.

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How to Troubleshoot a Mac Computer With No Sound


When troubleshooting sound problems on Macs, you can find thefix quickly if you isolate the possible problems first. Regardless of youroperating system, it will make things easier if you can narrow down thepossible points of failure by momentarily unplugging any sound devices.Following simple change of sound settings and testing internal sound alerts canfix the problem.Instructions<br />1.<span> </span>GeneralTroubleshooting<br /> <ol> <ul> <li>1 </li></ul></ol> Launch iTunes or another media player applicationand have it play continuously to start troubleshooting. Make sure the volume isnot muted or disabled. Move the volume slider on the menu bar up and down. Youcan also use the keyboard's Increase and Decrease volume buttons (usually F4 todecrease and F5 to increase the volume). <ol> <ul> <li>2 </li></ul></ol> Unplug any headphones that might be connected toyour computer's headphones port. If your <a href="http://www.ehow.com/computers/">computer</a> has internal speakers,unplug any external speaker plugged to the audio port to isolate the problem.Check if sound is working properly through the internal speakers. <ol> <ul> <li>3 </li></ul></ol> Go to System Preferences on your Mac menu. Clickon the ''Sound'' icon, under the Hardware section. The Sound settings pagedisplays three main buttons: ''Sound Effects," ''Output" and''Input." Click on the ''Output'' tab. Select the ''Internal Speakers,Built-in Output'' option, and raise the ''Output Volume'' at the bottom of thatwindow. Check if sound is working properly. <ol> <ul> <li>4 </li></ul></ol> Go to the ''Sound Effects'' tab, and make sure the''Alert'' and ''Output'' volumes are up and not muted. Select ''InternalSpeakers'' from the ''Play alerts and sound effects through'' drop-down menu.Click on any of the Alert Sounds in the left column and test to see if theysound as you change from one to the other. Check if sound is working properly.2.<span> </span>GaragebandTroubleshooting<br /> <ol> <ul> <li>1 </li></ul></ol> Launch GarageBand. A default piano track willappear. If it doesn't appear, click on the ''Track'' Menu and select ''NewTrack''. Choose a Software Instrument from the dialog box, and then choose aPiano from the selection of Instruments. <ol> <ul> <li>2 </li></ul></ol> Click on "Menu." Select ''Preferences''and click on the Audio/MIDI tab. For Audio Output, and Input select thecorresponding ''Built-In Output'' and ''Built-In Input'' from the drop-downmenus. Confirm the action. <ol> <ul> <li>3 </li></ul></ol> Click on the Piano track. Under the ''Windows''menu bar, select the ''Keyboard'' option, or press [ Command + K ]. A keyboarddisplays. Click on any of the keyboard keys. You should hear sound coming outof your internal speakers.<br />Make sure there is no headphone jack inserted in the computer. If sound doesnot work, try quitting the application and launching it again. <ol> <ul> <li>4 </li></ul></ol> If any of the previous steps do not fix the soundproblem, reboot and try again. <br />If you see a Disabled Volume alert when you try to raise the volume, alsoreboot. This is a known bug in Macs

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I recently purchased an M audio sterophile Usb soundcard. I want to connect my computer speakers up to it. I have tried many ways and dosnt seem to work? Please help.


you might need to install the sound drivers or select the right speakers
if your computer came with a motherboard disc the sound drivers could be on it
click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to sound,video and game controllers you might see a yellow question mark? Right click to reinstall drivers
click start control panel sounds and audio,volume,advanced,speakers make sure you have selected the
(((appropriate speakers))) also audio you will find 3 drop down lists make sure you have the correct settings there
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click start control panel sounds and audio devices you can adjust the volume there also select speaker volume you can change your settings there you can also tick in the box place icon in taskbar
if his does not fix the problem
have you tried this control panel sounds and audio,volume,advanced,speakers select the appropriate speakers from the drop down list or navigate to the device manager scroll to system devices + to expand,system speaker right click properties then select use this device (enable
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The volume on my eee notepad is suddenly very low. Please help!


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have you checked that the key for the volume isnt turned down?????? quite often the volume key is on the keyboard which allows you to put up or down

Also you could check in control panel sound and audio just incase its turned down in there

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My sound quit working on my presario v6000 it was working fine then suddenly quit the speakers an d the headphone jack on the laptop are not working i checked my drivers they are up too date not sure...


go to control panel>click on sound,speech,and audio devices>click on sound and audio devices>check, place volume icon in the taskbar, un check mute if it is checked,if you see the device volume grayed out, click on audio tab>sound playback>make sure that correct audio device is selected

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Dynex soundcard is installed however my pc still has no sound!


Hi Sammantha78,

I had a similar problem with my computer and I went and bought new sound card and installed it and I still had no sound. I then went and bought a new set of speakers and now i got sound. I suggest you test another set of speakers on your computer to see if it’s not your Altec Lansing speakers that is not working.

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Volume Issue with CD Player by Durabrand.


it just seems a setting problem.
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Home theatre but TV without audio outlet


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Philips HTS w/a hammer!
I had better sound from TV alone! Only 2 speakers put out sound from TV. Recordings from DVR can not be heard very well w/all volumes at max. System sucks! You get what you pay for! $2500 LCD TV sounds worse w/Philips HTS than my son's $300 TV! ALL cables hooked up as instucted!!!!

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