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Which input on the TV and which output on the DVD player are you using? HDMI is the best and easiest. Next is standard video plus audio (3 leads, yellow - video, red and white - audio). If you are using the component input, you can get B&W if you have the leads incorrectly connected. If you're going from component to video in, you might have the same result, I'm not certain. I hope this helps you resolve your problem. Let us know.
if you mean that you cant get any sound on your computer control panel sounds and audio,volume you can adjust the volume or advanced,speakers select appropriate speakers or audio you will find 3 drop down lists make sure you have selected the right speakers or control panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager scroll to sound,video and game cotrollers could be a yellow question mark? right click to re-install drivers hope this helps
Control panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager scroll to cd/dvd rom drives right click properties then properties again then tick enable cddigital cd audio for this cd rom device or scroll to dvd regions select no 4 for australia or the drivers might have been corrupted by something or you might have got a virus run your antivrus program and test for a virus then you might have to uninstall then reinstall either the sound drivers or the sound card make sure you have both of these devices baked up to a disc before uninstalling a yellow? question mark means you need to install/update driver right click to install driver as for the sound control panel sounds and audio,volume you can adjust the volume or advanced,speakers select appropriate speakers or audio you will find 3 drop down lists make sure you have selected the right speakers or control panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager scroll to sound,video and game cotrollers could be a yellow question mark? right click to re-install drivers hope this helps
I recommend going to the sound icon on bottom of main screen, right click, go to the properties and settings. Make sure the system is set for the same amount of speakers as you have. You can also use the test button and see if the settings are correct. Make sure you are using the correct audio decoder or ac3 filter
If you are using windows .Try going to your 'control panel'(if you don't know how to get that up just google it) then dbl click on 'sounds and audio devices' Click on the tab that says audio then click the button that says 'volume' make sure the 'wav' fader is up fully.Hopefully thats solved it. If not your problem still probably lies somewhere in this sounds and audio devices setting dont be afraid to have a play about as you wont break anything good luck Mr 02
Please look in your Start Menu, go to Control Panel, then into Sounds, Speech and Audio Devices. See near the left, and select Advanced Volume Control. Turn up the inputs for the other sounds that you want delivered out to those speakers. Later adjust the levels a little higher if at first the mix of the sounds is not quite loud enough from one or several of the sound sources. Also in Control Panel, Sounds, you can mute out or eliminate annoying unwanted system sounds such as sounds for minimize and maximize a computer window, and the click that occurs when the computer does Complete Navigation -which it does a lot. Go into Sounds and Audio Devices, and into the Sounds tab. Select the Windows Program event such as default beep and click pick NONE from the sound chooser scroll bar that is just below. Scroll up to NONE to eliminate that sound. Now your overall sound experience will be more pleasant, without unneeded sounds playing loudly, unexpectedly.
for your dvd player you just go from audio out on the back of the dvd played to the audio in on the surround sound. and you would do the same for the tv if it has an audio out. your surround sound shoud have more than 1 audio in. and then when you swicht from tv to dvd you might have change the channle, setting, source, or what ever it might be called on the surround sound. and if your tv does not have a audio out contact me at email@example.com and i try to help you. hope that works :)
If you are using 4 speakers , click control panel and right click to open sound manager, click speakers configurations and hit the 4 channels . This might be solved. Check also your volume and adjust. Is your DVD or CD rom working well ? If not ,repair and reinstall driver.
did u install sound card drivers
if u install correctly go to control panel and sound
check there whether audio device is showing or not. if not u didnt install ur audio otherwise u installed correctly but the problem is in ur speaker.
go to start ->control panel->sound and audio devices. and click on the audio tab. under sund play back is c if your sound card is displayed in default devices if this area is grayed out, it means there is a problem with your audio device drivers. if this is the case, let me know and I'll tel you how to install the drivers.