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Inbuilt Speaker not working

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:

  1. 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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  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2009

    No sound at all through headset or input, only a little comes out of the speakers

  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2009

    the inbuild speaker not working but extra speaker is working



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Dear Biswaranjan.
the volume control on media player before that there is one button for speaker click on it and sound will come from media player. I think you have muted on media player.

Posted on Feb 26, 2008

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