I just setup an ACER, Apire T180 and cannot get the speakers working. They are USB powered, which works, the back panel of the computer has 6 audio jacks, looks like RealTek sound card, I've tried different options and still no sound.... any ideas?
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check your mobo. somewhere in the down right corner is a round silver battery. unplug it for 10 minutes and make sure that the power supply cable is unpluged. then plug them back. your bios should be reset to factory settings.
go to the control panel ... first under the device manage in system / hardware check that the drivers for your sound card are installed .... next go to the sound section in the control panel and make sure the proper device is selected fro playback ... make sure nothing is muted ... other things that can mess up your sound include onboard sound disabled in BIOS, bad connections or bad speaker power supply ... also you can test the audio output using headphones
First plug the speaker pin in the back panel and then in the front panel of PC . If u receive sound in any Panel.. then, may speaker settings in software is not proper... adjust it from the audio software icon in the task bar.. near the clock.....If not then, the that panel got fault... call local technician Or Re install audio driver & restart!
When you say you have to re-install them, are you actually installing the sound drivers from the acer restore programme or cd, or are you just letting windows find them(the sound driver) each time you go through the process of deleting them.
Try installing drivers from the acer website to see if there is any newer driver versions
If it continues, you may have to restore the original laptop settings back to factory default, assuming it hasn't done this since the day of setup, but make sure you back up all settings and documents to cd or dvd first.