Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
First of all try to check if your aux cable is connected to the speakers. -check the sound setting in the bottom right corner if it is mute or on
if that doesn't work download appropriate driver for your computer. Here's the link you can find sound drivers.
Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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u need to check the sound driver on>try this
right click-->my computer-->and properties-->hard ware-->and device manager-->and audio devices-->right click-->properties-->and click-repair-->or trouble shoot>and rebooot teh pc>and try
once u went to the device manager on teh audio device u can see red X mark or some thing which means the driver is not loaded try this rate me solved>
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