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Re: speakers in monitor wont work
Hi there, 1st check the connection of cable speakers. then check the volume control, switch it mid range setting. then check the hardware device if there is no conflict with any device. try to reset your system once again and if still same problem, you may have a Speaker problem, maybe the connection inside your monitor with the speaker has a loose connection or some electronics part failure. TY
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Check the device manager for any conflicts with the drivers. There would be "Other drivers" listed if there was any drivers that were not installed correctly. If there is any listed try right clicking on them and selecting to reinstall drivers.
To get to the device manager:
Right click on my computer or Computer > select properties > then click on hardware tab on top then device manager or click on device manager link.
You can first check for a speaker icon in your system tray (right bottom part of the screen). If you can see it, that means the sound card is properly installed in your Device Manager. (Control Panel, Device Manager). Click on the speaker icon to check whether your speaker is muted or the volume is lowered, make the necessary adjustments. If it case you don't see any speaker icon, it's whether your sound card is defective or not properly configures in the Device Manage. Go to your device manager and reinstall driver. Good luck.
though very incomplete data..i gotta know the system conf in details..
however, itz probably causeddue to either 'muted' or 'diabled' device.. click onto it n see if itz muted or click start menu->control panel->sound n audio devices.. also check if the device is enabled n working properly from the device manager..click start menu->run->type 'sysdm.cpl'->press run->goto hardware->device manager->see if sound, video n game controllers r enabled n working properly.. mind for a software update if necessary..
If both speakers AND headphones aren't working and nothing is muted, it sounds (no pun intended) like your sound card has gone south. Have you checked in Device Manager to see if it's still listed? Right click My Computer>Properties>Hardware>Device Manager. Check under Sound, Video and Game Controllers to see if it's there. If so, right click and choose Update Drivers just in case it somehow got wiped out. That would be the easy fix and I hope it's not your card!
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Make sure your volume is not on mute. If the speaker icon on your lower right has a red x means its on mute. To test go to control panel and double click sounds and test. If Windows sounds work without speakers then problem is with speakers. Make sure volume is up, make sure its properly connected to correct output jack (usually green or light green). Also make sure speaker power on. If those things are correct check your device manager ( right click my computer) select "manage", click on "device manager" and on right pane check to see if theres any yellow exclamation, question mark or red x on the sound device section. Yellow exclamation or question mark means to update or install correct drivers. Check your speaker box if it comes with a CD. '
go to the control panel ... first under the device manage in system / hardware check that the drivers for your sound card are installed .... next go to the sound section in the control panel and make sure the proper device is selected fro playback ... make sure nothing is muted ... other things that can mess up your sound include onboard sound disabled in BIOS, bad connections or bad speaker power supply ... also you can test the audio output using headphones