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Go to Control Panel, look for sound, choose internal speakers. Do you have a little speaker icon down on the lower right of your screen in the task bar? If you do click on it, and turn up volume.

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Sound coming through right headphone, but not through left. Sound also not coming through left speaker. Help?


are you adjusting sound through the windows controller or the application you're playing music through? there are a few things that could affect that, there's also the actual sound setup where you can change your setup i.e. surround sound, single speaker, headphones etc

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Right click on the speaker icon in the System Tray next to the clock in the Start Bar. Click Playback Devices. In the window that comes up, select your USB speakers and click "Set Default" near the bottom of the window. Click Apply, then Ok. Your sound should now be coming through your USB speakers.

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My laptop is year and half old and couple of days back suddenly my laptop's speakers stopped working . i tried all option in the laptop to fix it .its not working.please help.


Steps to be followed:
1. check whether audio driver is installed properly ? if not install audio driver & check
2. check audio setting in control panel & confirm
3. connect external speaker in laptop and check whether sound is coming? if sound is coming then ur laptop internal speaker need replacement
4. if there is no sound in external speaker then need to check ur motherboard or sound card.
All the best.

Aug 16, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Speakers are installed but no sound


have you tried a set of headphone in the same jack.if ou get sound from them the spaekers are bad.
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Sound does not come out of speakers but does with headphones


try to uninstall the sound driver and install the actual one from here http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/notebook/as_4720.html

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No sound at laptop speaker but audio output is ok


I have lenovo notepad 3000n100 with winXP sp2.
I downloaded realtek audio from ibm site and installed.
Now sound is coming at my output port but the in-built laptop speaker is not giving any sound output.
The hardware is ok as the sound was coming at in-built speaker before formatting. The previous audio driver set up file i have lost.
Plz help.

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Laptop speakers not working


Hi you can try this:

From Start, go into Control Panel, then select Sounds, Speech & Audio devices, then Sounds and Audio Devices again.

On Volume tab, click on Advanced. Now choose Laptop stereo speakers. This may sort out the problem. Try the other options if they still don't work.

Jan 25, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 9200 Notebook

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Gateway laptop internal speakers do not work.


Unplug your headphones if you have not already.

Open device manager. You can do this by right clicking on your "My Computer" icon on your desktop and then selecting properties at the bottom of the menu that comes up, or by going to Start>Settings>Control Panel, and then opening the "System" icon.

Once the system properties tab is open, left click on the hardware tab. Now left click the Device Manager button.

On the device manager window, look for an entry that says "Sound, video and game controllers". Left click the + box directly to the left of this line. It will open up any devices you have in this category. Within this list, your sound card device should be listed. It may say something like "SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio" or something similar.

Right click this device and left click uninstall. It will prompt you if you are sure you want to do this, tell it yes/ok and the driver will be uninstalled at this point, leaving ou with the device manager open still but without your sound driver listed.

Now, close all of your open windows saving any work you may have open, and reboot the PC. Upon reboot, the system will automatically reinstall your sound card driver. It may prompt you if you want to do this, just tell it yes/ok as you need to, to continue installing this driver.

Once this is complete, your sound should be working normally again.

Jan 17, 2009 | Gateway (3RE4B13503870C) Sound Card

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