Question about Acer TravelMate 272XC Notebook
Aspire 5920 Acer. Is there a mute somewhere that prevents the using the speakers. I did the test and know the speakers work.
Go to the CD and install RealTek by clicking on Setup.exe this will install all the drivers required for installations
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
Not that I know of ? Use the volume control manager in the start menu under accessories to make sure that all of the audio channels are turned on, and that it is setup for you configuration such as 2 speakers, 3 speakers and a sub woofer, ETC..., and not muted. If all else fails, go to the device manager buy right clicking my computer and selecting properties, and then go to the hardware tab. look for sound video and game controllers, if any of them have a yellow (!) by them they most likely need drivers. else, try uninstalling all of the audio ones, and restarting your machine. When it comes back up, follow the steps in the add new hardware wizard.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
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