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Re: no sound coming from my computer
Have you tried restarting your computer? If that didn't work try deleting the program for your sound card and try reinstalling it. If that doesn't work try a system restore, now depending on your operating system the fallowing information my not be accurate. This is for Windows XP Home edition, Click on Start>help and support>system restore. Then it will ask you what date you want to restore it to, then pick a date, then click continue or next and it should restore your system to that date. Hope this helped=)
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you might have to remove the sound card and make sure the socket is free of dust restart your computer then reinstall it
windows 7 should automatically find the drivers and install them
click start right click on computer select properties in the left hand panel device manager scroll to
sound and video game controllers if you see a yellow qustion/exclamation mark ? ! or a red X
a newe driver will need to be reinstalled
hope this will help
Hi - you must Start from speakers, check that its work correctly.by testing them in another computer or Audio Device. - insure that the Sound not muted .!! - insure a bout Sound Driver from control panel -> Sound Speech and Audio Devices. or right click on my computer -> properties-> hardware -> device manager insure that is no yellow (?) question mark near Audio . - if driver lost re install it and try if its installed then you must change Sound Card
Is this the 1st time you used it?
Check if the Soundcard Driver is already installed
Right Click "My Computer or Computer" in Windows taskbar
Select Device Manager
Look for your SoundCard
Double Click, check if the device is working properly
If the soundcard driver is already installed, check your speaker connections & your speaker
control panel sounds and audio,volume,advanced,speakers select appropriate speakers or audio you will find 3 drop down lists make the necessary adjustmentsthere or control panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager,sound,could be a yellow question mark? right click to re-install drivers if no work try administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to cd/dvd rom drives right click properties ,properties again enable digital audio for this device hope this helps
First check if a windows machine by going to start/control panel/sound and audio devices and see if a sound card is listed. Check the setting under hardware and audio. You need two essentials to play audio files. You need a sound card and the software to play audio files. Most desktop computers come with some type of sound card but you can buy one from a local "Best Buys", "Walmart" online or computer store. They are relatively inexpensive and can be installed as a DIY in an open PCI slot inside the back of your machine or take it to a computer store. Windows Media Player comes with Windows and Apple's Quick time with Macs so that should take care of the player end of things. Hope this helps out. Give me some feedback if it does. Thanks
1. Goto mycomputer rightclick, then properties,then hardware, then device manager
2. here you can see yellow color indication on found hardware, just rightclick and disable it,
3. Select Action on the top of the menu and scan for hardware changes.
4. remember put your driver cd into the cdrom before doing this..
5. when new hardware found come the click install automatically option, your system will search
automatically for the required files and install it.
6. Restart your computer
Do you have the cd that came with your computer? If so then try this: 1. Go to Control Panel/System/device manager 2. Look for the sound, video and game controllers. Click on the device (if any) and then right click and choose properties. In Device Status, does it say operating normally? If not, then go back to where y ou click on the device and right click again, choosing uninstall. 3. At the top of the window choose Action/Scan for Hardware Changes. It should locate your sound chip. Then follow the prompts. If it can't find the driver already on your computer, then get the Cd that came with your PC and follow the prompts to install the sound driver from there. Hopefully this will solve your problem.
Did you install any program lately?
Check My Pc >> right click Properties >> Hardware >> Device Manager >> Audio Check also Start >> Control Panel >> Sounds See if the cables are right connected on the back Do you have your speakers on? With Power? Are the speaker power plugging in?
ur sound drivers are not installed.u have to again install the sound drivers..
for this insert the motherboard driver cd.
if it autoplays then install the driver by follwing instructions given
on the welcome screen of cd autoplay .
if cd is not autoplay then go to the my computer then right click on cd drive and explore now find out the folder named drivers then finding audio driver install it by this
Go to my computer. Right click on your CD-ROM. Choose "Properties". Choose the hardware tab. Again hit the properties button and again the properties tab. Click on "Enable digital CD Audio for this CD-ROM device" and make sure there is a check mark in the box.
Click OK, then APPLY, then OK, and try play your audio CDs again.
You can use this so you don't need audio cables.