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.
Your computer should have a little speaker icon in the lower right hand corner of the screen on the taskbar. Click on it and check to make sure that volume slider is set to the maximum volume.
Also check the media player program that you are using for a seperate volume control since most players like Windows Media Player or VLC Media Player will also have their own dedicated volume control somewhere right on the media player window itself. So just make sure this second volume control is also set to maximum.
Otherwise that may simply be as much as your built in laptop speakers are able to achieve. Very few laptops will have loud high performance speakers built-in. Most people simply buy an aftermarket external powered speaker system to plug into the headphone jack of their laptop if they want / need loud high quality sound.
Here are some links to a few models of external powered computer speaker systems that are currently available on EBay:
hi i also have an acer 6920 but my problem is that everytime the laptop display screen is not on the brightest (high performance) it makes a really annoying sound. But when i plug it in or have the brightness on high, the sound goes away. Please help me!