My daughter received an ipod for christmas we hooked it up to our acer aspire t-180. we had sound last night on the computer got up today and we have no sound. computer says its working but its not. I took the speakers off and plugged them into her ipod and they work. plugged them back into the pc and nothing. help me please.
First plug the speaker pin in the back panel and then in the front panel of PC . If u receive sound in any Panel.. then, may speaker settings in software is not proper... adjust it from the audio software icon in the task bar.. near the clock.....If not then, the that panel got fault... call local technician Or Re install audio driver & restart!
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In my opinion, that is a good desktop computer for that age group. It's fast enough to keep up with multitasking, like having myspace, facebook, twitter, youtube (I have a 15 year old daughter), and hopefully something to do with homework up. It is upgradable to 2GIGs of RAM and you can also upgrade the processor later if she does anything intensive in college.
I have about the same system, although mine is self built, for my daughter and at this time she doesn't need anything more or less.
Have a Merry Christmas and I am sure she will love it.
Sounds like he forgot to plug back in the sound cable when he took his iPod out. Simple fix for this. Pull out the desktop box (computer) and find what should be a green sound cable and plug it into a green port in the back of your computer. If your having trouble as to what it looks like, get your son to identify what he took out of your desktop to listen to his iPod and plug it back in. Also check that your speakers are turned on and are up on the speakers and on your desktop, which you can find in the bottom right hand corner near your desktop clock. The icon looks like a speaker and just click on it once and make sure its up all the way and not muted. Let me know if this works or not
are you using itunes to play your music? There are a number of different volume controls, double click the little speaker icon in the bottom right corner, make sure all the volume levels are at maximum and that the mute box isn't ticked. If you have a media keyboard with volume controls make sure volume is up and again not muted. Failing that double check your speakers are plugged into the correct socket, usually the green one.