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insert a headset into the jack if the sound comes thru it,if sound comes into the jack then check speakers and get the speakers changed.
if both the sound jack and the speakers does not work,check the sound ic on the mother board....
make sure your sink fan for the laptop is not clogged with dust and its moving when the laptop is powered on .for the crackly sound, you need to reinstall the audio drivers for your laptop.incase the problem persists get back to us.
If the earphones are giving you a good quality of sounds, the problem here could be with the actual built-in speakers itself. since you have purchased it this year, you could contact the laptop's manufacturer or technical support so that you can have it fixed if the computer is still under warranty.
It sounds like a cracked speaker or no good anymore. You can buy a new set of speakers for it not that hard to change out. Also check the volume level and see if still does the carckling noise when turned down. Thanks for using FixYa! Here is a video on how to do this if this one is not a good one there are many of them at this site Click Here.
Hi, click on the "Start Button," in the (right pane) Control Panel, next in the category listings, select Hardware and Sound, open, and click on the "Manage Sound Devices." The Sound window will open; click on the "Playback" button, there should be a Speakers Icon, click on it, look below to find the "Properties button, click to open the next window. In the next window there will be (4) four buttons "General, Level... First click on the "General" button, in the top of the window there will be a "Driver" button, click on that button to open. Select to "Update Driver," just click on it, the Drivers will be updated for you. Next you ca go back and press the other areas, Speaker Level etc... Note: "Remember to click on the "Apply and OK buttonsafterward to make sure the changes take effect. "Restart the computer to finalize the changes." "Rate the solution on it helpfulness, its away of letting me know if you resolved the problem or you needfurtherassistance, thank you."
It may be the speakers are going bad or you may need to update your sound card drivers.Try going to your setting for your sound and make sure the settings are correct.Make sure they are set for laptop stereo speakers with full hardware control.