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Acer speakers no sound

My speakers were working just fine yesterday but today i was trying to get rid of some stuff on my computer that i did not think that i needed like my old aol icons and all the aol free stuff since i am no longer with that provider and somehow i think it also deleted my sound / speaker icon from my computer i cannot find the original disk to reinstall, is there a way to fix.

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  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2008

    Find disk look for programs

  • jongjong17 Jun 06, 2008

    my speaker working well but after i upgrade to vista it already has problem and it says no driver files its not working when i plug it on the back but its working when you plug it to the head set

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Hello!

You should tell the model of your acer or the sound card on it so that i can serach it for you. However you can search it by your own by simply going to the acer website and then search the model of your laptop and the go to the support and downloads.

http://www.acer.com.ph/ or selet your location and search your model.

may this help. melnavz

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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My speakers were working fine, I unhooked them from the back of my acer computer and now I don't have any sounds. Show me a diagram to see if i have everything hooked up right or solve this problem for me. It' showing that the speakers are playing when i click on a song in my windows media player

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I had the same problem. (Checked every program and every function key and settings to make sure it wasn't the problem, tried to update drivers and everything)

I went into control panel, sound, levels and found that it was muted there. Unmuted it and it worked fine.

Posted on Aug 11, 2009

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