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Computeur with see nothing on volume. there said no audio device

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    thanks , its good now

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Ahah..well, then, that means you'll need to do a hardware changes scan from that panel(up top)

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No sound output device is installed


Check your Volume and make sure you do not have it on mute. If you installed the drivers then the volume must be muted. Right Click on the megaphone at the bottom right near the time and open the volume controls. Make sure there is nothing muted.

You can also get to the sound and audio volume controls by clicking Start/Control Panel and look for Audio or Sound.

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Where can i find the sound on my laptop,i can't hear nothing on my lap top


Most generally, audio problems on laptops are not hardware issues to begin with, but problems with the software that controls the audio components.
Check the ObviousBefore delving into repair solutions, there is the possibility you can't hear audio from your laptop due to basic settings that have been changed. Check the volume level. If your laptop has physical buttons to control audio, make sure the mute button is off and the volume is turned up. Check the volume control on your operating system to make sure the slider corresponds to your button settings. Physical buttons on your laptop may stop working for a number of reasons, so be sure to confirm your software audio settings using the audio controls found in your operating system. Also, make sure nothing is plugged into the headphone jack. Headphones or any other audio device plugged into the headphone jack will mute your laptop speakers.
Reinstall the DriverA driver is a program that controls the hardware of your computer. Rule out file corruption of the audio device driver on your laptop by reinstalling the driver. This can be accomplished by locating the device in your operating system control panel and uninstalling the driver. When you reboot your computer, the operating system will search for available drivers for your audio device and install them.
Upgrade the DriverHardware manufacturers for devices on your computer frequently update drivers to resolve issues discovered after the original drivers were released. These updates could contain fixes to the very problem you have encountered that prevents the audio device from working properly. Just as you located your audio device to re-install the driver, use the device manager in your operating system to identify the specific sound device used by your laptop. Go to that manufacturer's website and locate the latest driver for this device. Download the most recent driver release and install it on your computer.
Check the Headphone JackThe most common point of failure in laptop audio hardware is the jack that connects your headphones or external speakers to your laptop. When this jack fails, it could mute the sound to your internal speakers as well, but more commonly it affects only the audio heard when you try to plug in your headphones. If you suspect the headphone jack is the problem, you should take your laptop to an authorized repair center for service. Depending on your model, you may have to replace a single inexpensive component or your entire computer main circuit board to remedy the problem. Thanks for using FixYa hope this will help your problem.Please don't forget to vote.Reymond

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The volume on my computer just stopped working out of nowhere. All the volume buttons are on and all the way up..nothing is on mute and Im hoping its not the speakers. i have no idea whats going on..PLEASE...


You may have a new version of driver with your device - windows update or something. Go into control panel, system, device manager - find main audio driver, right click and choose rollback driver - reboot machine. if it still does not work, Uninstall the software that came with this device. Look up in control panel - remove programs. Then, go into device manager in System in Control Panel, go down the tree into audio devices, right click on them and remove items one by one. Reboot, the operating system will attempt to reinstall drivers with previous driver software in its library.

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Cannot create audio input (line-in) for creating a video on youtube.com. I select line-in for a microphne selection, plug it in on the front mic input channel on my acer, and nothing at all happens. I just...


Your Mic input is still probably the best to use, at a guess the only one.

Once connceted, go into your control panel, click on "Sounds and Audio devices" Under the "Volume" tab, Click on the "Advanced" box which is in the "Device Volume" box.

A new box will appear "Volume Control". If the Mike input is not include then click on options then properties and check the Microphone box.

The mike should now appear in your volume control box, ensure the volume is up and the "Mute" box at the bottom is not checked.

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Not to sound silly but did you check the volume on your computer device, did you make sure the mute buttun wasn't on

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My Acer Extensa 4820 volume is to low


Double click on the volume control at the bottom right corner of the screen or go to control panel (by clicking all programs or windows logo) and choose Sound And Audio Devices. When you are in the volume control panel box, make sure that all volume controls are at its maximum. If this doesn't work, try a different speaker or a headphone. If your speaker/headphone has volume control, set it accordingly. If still nothing, reinstall the driver for your audio device.

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The audio of my Acer Aspire 4530 is not functioning. When I click the volume control, ''No Audio Device'' is displayed.I uninstalled and reinstalled the audio driver but still nothing has changed.


Goto control panel, system , hardware , device manager, in the list check for a exclamation mark on the sound card drivers, if so right click on it and uninstall., hope this helps in some way.

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L have a toshiba satellite m55-s331. I have very low volume. Tried the obvious inc downloading new drivers, updating ect. Nothing works! I have realtekAC97 audio driver. Please help! Keep it simple as I am...


You might be able to adjust the volume further from the control panel.

In windows xp click "start" and then select "control panel" Next click sounds, speach, & audio devices next to a speaker icon. Then click the "sounds and audio devices"

you should be able to adjust the volume there as well as a volume control on the front or side of your laptop.

good luck

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Audio works fine but voice doesn't


You need to reinstall driver of your sound and installed properly

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No Sound from Acer Aspire 5100 : Volume tab is disabled


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trying going into add and remove the whole thing then shut your pc down and reboot it after is rebooted try going to systems files and make sure your aduio deivce is still connected if it is n't I am supposeing your audio card mite be bad or reinstalling it mite take care of the promblem .

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