Question about Audio Players & Recorders
My speakers to my PC are built into the monitor, and when I connect the monitor to my computer no sound comes out of them.
I've connected the audio wire to the appropriate slot on the back of my tower but the computer doesn't register any sign of recognition that they are there. In other words,my computer doesn't know that the speakers exist, and its difficult to find a driver for it considering its a monitor. Any idea what I can do to fix this?
Ps - I tried buying other pc speakers, they aren't recognised either, itisnt detecting any audio device.
As you boot your PC there's a way to get to Cmos or Bios Setup screens. Sometimes you tap the Del key, sometimes it's one of the F keys. So get into Setup and make sure that the Audio System is turned on. Also if you got a disc for *********** board, there may be Audio drivers on it.
Hope that fixed Ya...
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
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