Question about Computers & Internet
Check the connection of your speaker at the back of your computer if they are connecting in the line-out (color green) of the sound card. If the connection is in the line-out, just check your speaker it maybe ok or have no problem on that. If the speaker was ok just check the hardware at the device manager by Right clicking on your My Computer on the screen, click Properties. Dialogue box was appear then click Hardware, click Device Manager and check the Sound, video and game controllers if don't have an error. To identify if that hardware has have an error you can see the yellow color mark like that (?) or (!). If no mark like that your sound card was no problem. But if they have, just install the driver for that hardware to solve that problem. Or if you did not find the Sound, video and game controllers on your device manager your sound card are damage and need to be replace for a new soundcard.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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