Question about Computers & Internet
Check hardware first: Make sure speakers are properly connected and connected into the correct jack on the sound card. Make sure that they have power and are turned on. after that, follow the below procedures.
1. Right-click the speaker icon in the system tray next to the time > Select 'Playback Devices'
2. Do you see the speaker option? If not, Right-click in the empty space and click 'Show Disabled Devices' > Then if you see your speaker icon you can Right-click > enable
3. Highlight the Speaker icon and select 'Properties'
4. Go to the 'Levels' tab and ensure that your Speakers are turned up and not muted.
Also,Go to my computer icon and right click (click on properties) you should have the systems screen pop up go to hardware and click on device manager make sure you have no unknown hardware if you do that may be the you may need the driver for the sound card.
you can also just restart the PC complete or you can also go to start-control panel-sound and audio devices and make sure that the correct sound card is default most computer's these days have two so check it out. if you need more information as regards this, drop your comment and i will follow up.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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