Question about AOpen F55JS (Black, Silver) 15" LCD Monitor
So I just re-formatted my home-made computer- in hindsight... I probably didn't prepare as much as I thought I did. In any event, I got everything up and running, my old version of windows XP pro installed back up, beginning to get all my updates (including SP2) re-installed, and although I have all the cables hooked up... my speakers on my monitor won't go anymore. Kind of a bummer. Maybe do I need a driver? If anything came WITH the monitor 4 years ago... I don't have it any more. Why won't my speakers recognize??
Ok " if your sound card is built in to the board and you put in a
PCI sound card in , you have to go into Bios and reset it for pci.
When you start your computer up look on the monitor , it will tell you to hold down a certain key to to get in to Bios , then you can reset it.
also you can find out what sound card you have and down load the driver from that Company.
go to there web site.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
Your speakers will only function with an audio input from the PC.
So the sound card needs its driver.
If it is an onboard[part of the mother board] sound card then it resides on the utilities disk or you can download it typically Realtek 97 seems common here.
If the card is an separate entity [in a PCI slot t]then check out where the driver is for that -on a CD somewhere in your pile I guess.
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
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Before you can copy files to a CD or DVD, the disc must first be prepared using a process called formatting. There are several ways to format a CD or DVD disc. Your choice of format determines which computers and other devices will be able to read the disc.
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