Alright first are u sure they are connected coular codedly if so go to the control panel on the start menu the go to sounds and audio devices first off make sure mute isnt on then make sure bar is all the way to high then go to speaker volume make sure left and right are at the far right now at the top off the sounds and audio devices there are five tabs click on audio then then on sound playback press volume and then make sure the volume is at the top for all and balance in the middle for all and make sure all the bottom boxes are not ticked then try a song on your computer and see if it works (it could also be the program u play music on so if it doesnt work try going to another programme and play a song if it doesnt work email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Have you connected the speakers correctly. When you connect the cord to the ports on the back do you get a popup asking what has been connected and there are options for headphones,line-out etc. Can you see a speaker icon in the status bar? The area with the time on it. Double clicking will bring up the audio properties. Check the volume levels for all like wave,sw-synth etc an check if none of them are muted and even check the main volume , last but not least check the volume on the external speaker or headphones , could be that they are set low. Hope this helps..
Go to start, control panel, sound and audio devices and make sure the speakers are not muted in the tabs. Also make sure your speaker output is connected to the correct output on your PC. Put in a CD and push play and then unplug your wire and try the other outputs on your sound card.
Two possible causes.1) Vol Settings changed in windows2) Bad hardware
1) Check your system's sound settings:
Goto Control Panel
Double Click Sound and Audio devices / Sound, Speech, and Audio Devices
In device Volume Click Advance
Master Volume Control Window will open
Increase all the volumes to max, also make sure that Mute us UNCHECKED.
From the bottom right corner of your screen in system tray, double click a small speaker icon and open Master Volume Control.
For Vista and Windows 7
From system tray (its at bottom right corner of your screen) double click on small speaker icon, it will open Volume mixer
Increase the volume to max.
2) If this does not work, then test your speakers by connecting it to some other system and vice versa.
If you get desired sound volume when you connect some other speakers to your system, then you have to change your speakers. And if your speakers are working fine on other system then you may have to purchase a new sound card.
hi I read your problem. your problem is that you don't hear any sound from your speaker when you connect to your pc and you also say your setting are correct. but again you check your setting in my way
Go to control panel
than go in your sound option
than check your speaker wire pin is connected properly if not than connect it properly
is your computer show your speaker are connected properly
than there is a option to test or check your speaker means it when you click your left speaker create sound than right
if you hear sound means it is correct or your hear only one side than check your volume option
if you don't hear any sound it means your speaker is dead.And also connect nearby computer shop.