Question about Computers & Internet
First, check the obvious...is everything hooked up correctly? If everything is hooked up correctly, you can check in your device manager to see if you are missing an audio driver. To do this:
Right click on My Computer
Click the Hardware tab
Then device manager
You are looking for a yellow yield sign or a question mark. If this is the case, you need to go to the manufacturers website of the computer...ie (www.dell.com, www.hp.com, www.emachines.com) and find an audio driver.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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