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Do a BIOS default to ensure it is not disabled from BIOS. Do a driver uninstallation from device manager. Do a Firmware or BIOS update if available.
It should work by now, if not for easy resolution you can reinstall the O/s. After even the uninstallation, if that does not work, it will be a H/w issue.

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Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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I'll need a bit more information on your issue to help you first:
1.) You said: "trying to get sound on the tv to the computer". -- Did you perhaps mean that you're trying to get the audio which comes out of your computer to "play" on your TV?

2.) If I assume correctly, then you have the audio cable connected to the wrong place on the computer.. and possibly on the wrong place on the TV. If you are indeed trying to get the audio from your computer to play through the speakers on your TV, then you need to:

(this is also assuming you're using a "headphone jack-sized" plug on one end, with the other end being the old-style "RCA" left and right channels.. [Left = white; Red = right])

Firstly, the 'headphone jack"-style end of the audio cable needs to be plugged into the "audio out" or "headphones" jack. Sometimes the audio jacks on a computer are color-coded. If this is the case, the green jack is the one you want.

Next, the other end (which again I'm assuming are the left / right channels -- [white / red plugs]) needs to be plugged into the "audio in" on the TV which matches with the same input as your VGA cable is plugged into. Once the cable is hooked up in this way, you should be able to hear all audio coming from your computer on your TV's speakers.

Please let me know if I'm assuming incorrectly on what you're trying to accomplish with the audio. -- I hope I was helpful! Please let me know if you have any other questions!

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When i plug in the speakers no sound is coming out it doesn't work correctly i cant hear anything i'm playing.


Hi taceeg06,
Have you check all the Volume setting on you computer?
On the lower right side look for the computer Icon check if there is a red X on the speaker Icon, if there is then it can be that here is something wrong with the speaker driver or it does not detect the speakers.
If you do not see the speaker Icon then the Driver for the Audio card is not installed on the computer and you may need to re install that Audio Card Driver to be able to regain the audio from your Speakers.
Also the speakers should connect to the Green Audio Jack behind the computer, if it is then still no Audio you can try the Audio Jack in front of the computer as well to check the Audio Card in the Machine, if the front and back audio jacks do not detect nor produce sound when the speakers are connected then re installing the driver for the Audio card may work, unless during the installation an error shows that the there is no audio device detected then it means the Audio Card is busted.
Let us hope not since it is very seldom an Audio Card could go busted.
I hope this helps.
Have nice day,
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SAMSUNG HDTV LCD DIRECTIONS ON CONNECTING COMPUTER TOWER SO IT IS EEN ON TV SCREEN?


depending on what graphics card and audio connectors you have on your computer will determine how you connect it but generally speaking there are a few ways to connect video and the same for audio.
If your computer has a DVI port then you can use DVI to HDMI cable ( which you would have to purchase yourself and make sure the length of the cable is sufficient )
If your computer has VGA for your graphics card then you would get a VGA to VGA cable ( making sure the connectors are the correct type ie male or female ) you would have to check your computers vga port and the vga port on the HD TV and again get the correct length.
WIth regards to audio you can get a double ended 3.5 mm audio jack audio cable
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an audio cable that has one 3.5 mm audio jack and 2 RCA ends ( one for left audio and one for right audio generally colour coded red and white )
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If you have optical you can get an optical audio cable.
If you have an amp then you could do the audio through an amp and connect your computer to the amp and depending on the amp will depend how you configure the amp ie surround sound or stereo.

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Your video adapter will only supply video input from your computer to your television. You must use an audio cable from the audio out of your computer (that would be the jack that you would normally plug your computer speakers into) to the audio input jack of your television shown below.
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To do this, you will need a double male 1/8" stereo sable audio cable seen below.

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One end plugs into your computer audio out and the other end into the audio jack shown in the illustration. You will then get your computer audio through your television speakers. You will be able to control the sound both with the television audio and the computer audio settings.

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First Insure that the plugs are in the proper ports of the computer. Second, go to Control Panel>System>Hardware>Device Manager, Look up to see that the Audio Drivers are functioning Properly. If not, then you will need to search and download the proper drivers for the Audio Device you have, Whether its on board audio, or a PCI Card, you will need to insure that you have the right drivers for it. If you have more information about the type of Audio Device for your computer, please respond with that information and I can troubleshoot with more detail.

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Hi foxy,

If the speakers do not work, check first that audio is not muted, you find audio settings on Control Panel>>Sound and Audio Devices if there is no audio device , that will need that you have to reinstall the drivers.

If your computer is a brand one (eg Dell optiplex 1080, or IBM Activa etc.) then place a request for drivers on the free forum, giving exact model of your computer.

If the computer is no famous brand, or assembled, you will have to note down all the numbers printed on the boards inside the computer.

That is quite complicate, for a regular user it is often faster to buy a new audio card, that start from $10.

A good solution can be buying an external USB audio adapter , that costs $12 : SIIG SoundWave 7.1 Audio Adapter

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