Action performed: Laptop was on and MP3 player Winampplayer was running with normal volume (in-build speaker was on). Observation: All of sudden sound disappeared but Winamp wasrunning without any intervention. Workaround done:
The same MP3 songs were played in Windows media player (default in build with OS). Result: No sound through in-build speaker.
MP3 songs are playedwith Windows media player/Winamp, with head phone. Result: Able to listen soundwithout any problem.
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You may have accidently turned off the internal speakers, the options need to be changed, or the sound volume off. Go to the lower right were the ICON of the speaker is located. Right click and select Volume Mixer. Look to see if under Speakers, the internal option is available. Make certain the slide (volume) is up all the way and go from there. Check all options there and if no sound after all of that, you may need to update the sound drivers from the manufacturer.
press the volume control once - the speaker picture on top should blink, then press the fwd or bkwd buttons on either side. if the speaker does not blink, press the volume control again. do not hold the volume control in.
When you plugged it into your laptop, turned it on and increase the volume, do you hear only a humming sound from the speakers? Try to plug the speaker to an mp3 player as well to test if it still doesnt give out any sound. If it still doesnt, then your speaker must have a wiring connection problem inside that needs resoldering. Here I supposed that your laptop's internal speakers is working and is able to work with other audio devices like a headset or an earphone.
1) check your setting for sound to (2 way speakers)
2) Setting for Volume in control panel.
3) connector may be you need a little expantion from radio shack gold ext.
4) be sure you got sound from headphones !! **
I'm sure you went to Control Panel, opened device manager, and and checkeck for any yellow
checks for your sound, video and game
controllers. If there are none, your system is go. Then go to your
audio manager on control panel, and set it up for whatever speaker
configuration you have. I have realtec audio manager. This step is a
must for configuring—you choose whether your laptop will use its
own speaks or use your external speakers—you have to turn off the
internal speakers and turn on the external. Did you forget?