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Problem with sound

In my Pc, I can hear only Only the left channel sound . The right channel sound couldn,t hear ;
( I am tested with several speaker systems, but I still can hear sound only in one speaker. the another speaker remains as no sound)

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Re: Problem with sound

Go to start ->all programs ->entertainment ->volume control -> and make sure the balance is in the middle for all of them


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Re: Problem with sound

Its easy. Jus from task bar click on that Speaker Icon of sound. In that you can select the left channel, right channel or both! Keep the pointer in middle and you will get sound in both the channels! Enjoy

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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