When i try to open itunes, i get a message, telling me that i have an audio configuration problem. When I go to control panel to check main volume, it sais no audio device. I've tried different usb ports, and updating my drivers, but I'm not exactly sure if any could be missing?? I just recently had a friend fix my computer, and he had to reinstall windows, and I lost most of my documents/information. Same type of problem with my printer, and I don't have my installation disc. What should I do?
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1: check the speaker wire. it should connect to a green port at the back of the computer. 2. In control panel open realtek audio device manager. it will tell you where its connected 3. If its a monitor speaker then do a factory reset for the monitor. 4. try to configure the speaker from audio device manager on the system tray volume icon still doesnt work then uninstall the driver for sound card from device manger restart the computer still no then do a system recovery
1: check the speaker wire. it should connect to a green port at the back of the computer. 2. In control panel open realtek audio device manager. it will tell you where its connected 3. try to configure the speaker from audio device manager on the system tray volume icon still doesnt work then uninstall the driver for sound card from device manger restart the computer
This is Creative's support link. The speakers you have are Dell. Do you have a sound card installed? If you have a speaker icon in your taskbar, lower right of screen, does it have a red X? Right click on it then, click on playback devices. A window should open with your device. Does anything show up and if it does does it show it "working"? Right click on it and a window should open and you should see "enable" or "disable", if it shows enable, click on that and exit. If you are still ahving problems with this let me know at "add a comment"
I would suggest u to the restore your computer because somebody or you might uninstall the sound card software by mistake. Go on start then all programs then accesories then system tools and then restore
According to hp help and support
When using iTunes for Windows you may get a disc failed error. An unknown error occurred (4280)
In this situation, if you attempt to burn a disc, the following error message may display:
The attempt to burn a disc failed. An unknown error occurred (4280)
You can resolve this error message by modifying a file in the iTunes CD Configuration folder. First, you need to verify the model of optical drive present.
Verifying the Model of the CDRW/DVD Drive
Verify that your PC has a Sony CD-RW/DVD CRX830E optical drive installed:
In the iTunes Help menu, click Run CD Diagnostics .
Insert an audio CD in the optical drive.
Click OK .
View the results in the CD Diagnostics window:
If IDE/CdRomSONY_CDRW/DVD_CRX830E is listed, proceed with the procedure below to resolve the error message.
If another drive name is listed, this document does not apply to your computer.
Resolving the Error Message
When an IDE/CdRomSONY_CDRW/DVD_CRX830E model optical drive is present, do the following steps to resolve the error message:
Take care in using the following steps.
Close iTunes and any other files and software that are open.
Click Start , My Computer , Drive C: , Program Files , iTunes , and CD Configuration to view the files in the CD Configuration folder.
Locate the file gcdrtype.cfg in the CD Configuration folder.
Right-click the file gcdrtype.cfg .
In the drop-down menu, click Open (you may need to select Notepad ) to edit the file gcdrtype.cfg in Notepad .
In the Notepad window, scroll to the bottom lines of the file gcdrtype.cfg .
Locate the line that reads:
DRVGENERALFLAGS = MODESEL_NOPAGE01 | MODESEL_NOPAGE05
At the end of this line add " | NOSENDOPC " (the first character is a blank space), so the line then reads:
DRVGENERALFLAGS = MODESEL_NOPAGE01 | MODESEL_NOPAGE05 | NOSENDOPC
At the top of the Notepad window, click File , Save .
At the top of the Notepad window, click File , Exit to close the window.
At the top of the CD Configuration window, click File , Close to close the window
Restart the computer.
You should now be able to burn an audio CD without displaying this error message.
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FIRST try the simple solutions. Check if your speaker wires are plugged into the proper ports. If you are unsure, it won't hurt to try different configurations. (If you hear sound from other devises such as plating a CD of the "Microsoft Sound" when starting up or shutting down, then the speakers are wired correctly.) If this is OK then try... Go to your "Device Manager" (Right click on 'My Computer', select 'Properties', click the 'Hardware' tab, click the 'Device Manager' button. Click the "Sound video and game controllers"). If there is some kind of a "Warning" icon superimposed on the 'speaker' icon there is your problem! If no "Warning" icons then try...
One at a time... Double click on each of the devises that have 'Audio' in the listings. Click the "Properties" tab, look for any "Warning" icons Uninstall the DRIVERS for THAT DEVICE only. See instructions below. Click on the faulty devise and hit the remove button, follow the instructions given by the program. Shutdown, restart, the device will automatically reinstall by the "Found New Hardware" program.