Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
Assuming you have other sounds (as in games or playing MP3's) Check the volume on your speakers and the volume control down near the clock. Make sure nothing is muted and that the speakers powered on and plugged into teh computer (usually the little round light green hole)
If that's not it, click on start, then settings and Control Panel, doubleclick sounds and check the 'sounds' tab to see if it's set to 'no sounds', if it is, use the pulldown to pick windows default.
If you still have no sound, you may have a soundcard/driver problem.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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