Question about Microsoft Computers & Internet
You should be able to get sound from your internal pc speaker. What you have to do is go into your settings to make sure this option is selected. Do this:
Go to start, control panel, than select sound and audio devices, click on sound tab and make sure the windows default is selected. If there is no selection for this go back and select troubleshoot sound. If you tell me what computer brand, model, and what OS system you are running I can help you with updating your audio drivers for your computer. Hope this helps, let me know if I can help you with anything else.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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