My faualt, i have messed up my mute on my computer, through me messing about when i had no idea what to do, please help, i am disabled through a stroke and brain function and comprehension is quite limited.
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Re: no sound my fault
Go to Control Panel and Click on Sounds, Click
on Audio, then Click on the Microphone. Then Click on the drop
down and select Camera Microphone.
Click OK and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud
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it is impossible to diagnose a problem when people with no idea mess with the components
at best you have to get that person to put everything back as was
have the fault codes read as well then get an accredited auto electrician to sort out the mess and in future gon't let anybody mess with your car
Plug the USB connector into an available USB port. • Check your computer's volume level. • Check if your computer's volume is muted. • Check your operating system's audio input and output settings. • Check the headset's volume and mute settings. • Restart computer.
If you were just messing around with the keyboard, you have have just muted your audio output. You may even see in the lower right corner of your screen a red circle with a line through it over the volume control icon. Laptop keyboards have function keys that let you mute your audio from the keyboard. Go into your control panel and click on the sounds icon, see if you have the mute box checked and uncheck it to un-mute your audio
It sounds like jpeg file corruption. What do the pictures look like on the camera's screen?
If they look OK, try using a card reader to transfer the pictures and not the camera. do they transfer OK now? If not then the card may have a problem OR there is a problem with the USB on the computer that is causing it.
If they look wrong on the camera then it's possibly the card at fault.
What I would do is download what pictures you can and then give up on the others and reformat the card in the camera. That will clear the card as if it as brand new. Take some more pictures and see if you can transfer them successfully.
I've had a card fail (so far only 1) and it's really annoying, reformatting didn't help either, it was still faulty!
There is always the possibility that the camera is at fault! I hope not.
Try shooting some pictures in RAW format instead of jpeg and see what happens then.
Check that sound is not on mute...click on the sound icon in your task bar and check through for checkmarks on mute....
Your audio service may not be started...
Go to Start>> Run>> type in services.msc.
A window will pop up with a list of services. Scroll down to Windows Audio>> Right-click>>Properties.
Make sure that 'Startup' is set to automatic. Click Apply and okay...Now check the startup status under services..Make sure it says started. If not look to the left and click start service...
Speaker (right speaker) wire to GREEN socket. Open your device manager and see if any sound component is registering a splat...yellow ! Is the light on the speaker. Open sound and see that no X is in the mute box. Make sure the volume in turned up on the speaker and the computer. If all that is cool...reinstall the sound drivers for your computer. I don't mean to belittle you but its the little things that are missed can mess you up for hours-and man does it give one a red face. good luck , hope something here helps please leave rating.
echo due to playback setting on mic controls. ??
Go to sound properties and enable all slider controls both for Playback and Recording. Look at Recording sliders and mute any that you don't need (esp. Mic Playback).