Your problem is prevalent anywhere , whosever around the world,,, you had tried everything but nothing happened? Well , the porblem is internal....if you are a hobbyist, you may open your monitor and try checking the circuits where the speaker is being located, check for loose solder. busted wiring , or the speaker itself, maybe one of the wires is cut or dislocated. Word of wisdom,,, bring your monitor at nearby electronic shops if you wish spend a little of your savings. This way you may out of electric shocks if you do it after all. Leave it to the experts....good luck
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Check the Audio and Sound Properties. Make sure the volume is turned up and not on mute. Click Start/Control Panel and look for Audio or Sound to check the volume and make sure it's not on mute.
You can also click on the megaphone at the bottom right near the time to check them.
maybe the Audio Driver needs to be reinstalled.
Get onlineand got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "CompaqSupport" or "HP Support" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operatingsystem when requested. Download and install the Audio drivers.Make sure you have the speakers plugged into the light green port on the back of the computer. And make sure the speakers are turned on and the volume is up.
Make sure the audio drivers are in the device manager. Make sure the volume is turned up and not muted. Look at the Audio/Sound properties in the Control Panel and make sure they are not muted and the volume is up. Make sure you have the speakers plugged into the light green port on the computer and that the speakers are on and the volume is turned up.
1. Check volume control (Mute, device selection etc) 2. Restart the computer. 3. Try using another speaker. 4. Check the device condition at device manager. 5. Try re-installing the driver, shouldn't hurt trying. 6. Check the cables in your desktop. You should be able to find a guide on the connections of your desktop. 7. Replace sound card if all doesn't work.
Are you sure your in the right slot with the speaker wire at the back of your PC it is the green imput. Make sure that the speakers are pluged in if there is a plug for them.
Sorry for sounding a bit basic I'm sure you have already checked these but sometimes people forget.
The volume may be turned off on the status bar at the bottom left of you destop. This is a small speaker double click it and check that the volume is not turned off.
there is no drivers ar anything for the actual speakers unless there is a problem with the sound card in your Dell.
Will you just check that all the wiring is correct and I will guide you through the trouble shooting to see is there anything wrong in the drivers if everthing is ok wiring wise.
First of all you need a sound card on your computer with a Spk. (Speaker) or Phones (headphones) Out Jack it might be a symbol of a small speaker or headphones. You have to be sure you are getting a actual sound output signal from this sound card too. If the sound card is not working your moniter speakers would not have a signal to drive it. You also need a 1/8" Stereo 2 male stereo plugs on both ends, one end plugs in back of moniter other plugs in back of computer like I mentiond above. Make sure your Mute button is not selected on your computers volume button usally at bottom right of screen. Make sure the volume buttons are up to aprox 3/4 up also. Then for last on the moniter look in the menu i think you might have to keep pressing the menu button but i kind of forget now but its a Spk setting and volume setting in this speaker setup within the moniter as well make sure this is turned on and set at a higher volume level as well. Thats about all I can say without taking the moniter apart and checking the jack and wires and speakers. I would suggest you take it to a electronics or a tv repair or computer repair person to go any further then this. Hope you take time to read all of this I tried to put every step in here to help anyone out with this problem. Thanks for reading.