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It sound like your headphone jack is the default sound device. Go to control panel > sounds > look at the devices listed. Click on the speakers that have a device connected to them. You may have two selections for speakers, but one may be tied to a sound device and the other to headphones. Highlight the sound device and click on make this device the default sound device and hit apply.
Open Control Panel open device manager ensure that you have the proper disk to restore the sound device driver delete sound driver restart your computer if the sound is not repaired, use the sound device driver disk to restore the device driver
The most likely causes for this is:
External Speakers not turned on.
Turn them on...
Driver for the sound device isn't installed:
If you see the little speaker icon down the bottom right hand corner of your screen (near the clock), your sound card device driver is working well.
If it is not visable, the sound card device driver may or may not be working.
Go into the start button, select settings (if available), then control panel, Sounds and Audio Devices.
Select the Audio tab
Ensure that you have a 'default device' set.
If you get any errors when going into the sound and audio devices tab stating that you have no audio devices installed, then its most likely a driver issue.
In this case, refer to your local computer shop to have the audio drivers installed.
Driver for the keyboard sound function not installed or not running.
Reboot then test it.
Reinstall the driver, test it.
Please try to check the sound device status if its working properly thru right click My Computer icon > Properties > Hardware tab > Device Manager > (double click) Sound, Video & Game Controller OR System Device > System Speaker. also, take note of the Troubleshoot tab. If still it doesn't work, I think you have to reinstall the sound driver (from its motherboard software CD if it's built-in type). best regards
did you check that your pc is having sound drivers installed or not
or they are working good or currupted
here is how you can find out
go to my computer right clik it
go to hardware
select device manager
here in new window you can see all installed devices
find out "sound, video and game controller"
now click + mark on leftside of it
it will drop down the list of available sound/ video devices
if you dont see any sound device then you have to install sound drivers
if you see any sound device but with yellow with it then its installed but not working properly
in that case also you need to install drivers once again
Verify the sound device is enabled
If there is no sound from the speakers or headset, use the Device Manager to determine the state of the sound hardware.
into the search field, and select
Hardware and Sound
, and then
Sound, video and game controllers
Do the following, depending on what is seen:
a sound device is listed with a down arrow
, the device is disabled. Right-click the sound device name and select
to re-enable the device. Go to the next step if problems continue after enabling the device.
a sound device is listed and enabled
, right-click the device name and select
to view more helpful troubleshooting information in the Device Status
window. If Device Status shows that the device is working properly, the
problem is likely related to sound settings, the speakers, or the audio
cables and connections.