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There could be some problem in speakers as well but before that we need to check if the sound drivers are installed correctly, for that please follow the beow mentioned steps-
1. Click on start.
2. click on control panel.
3. Click on sound and audio device.
4. Check if the volume button under audio is enabled, whether you are able to move it, if not then you need to install audio drivers.
For that, you may visit your computer's manufacturer website and download the audio drivers.
Step 1 Find out which type of audio device is used on the computer. Click on the Start button and then select the Control Panel. Double click on the icon for Sound and Audio Devices. You can also refer to the manual that came with the computer or motherboard. Step 2 Install the software that came a new sound card. When a new sound card has been added to a computer the installation CD needs to be run to setup the device drivers on the system. Insert the CD into the drive and complete all required steps to install the software. Step 3 Download an update to the device driver that is used for the audio or sound. Go the vendor's website and look for a the link for downloads or driver updates. Download the driver that is needed for your system and save it to a location such as the desktop. Step 4 Double click on the downloaded file to begin the installation process. Complete each step and the updated files will be copied and installed on the system. An icon for the updated software may appear on the desktop or in the Control Panel. Step 5 Check for a Windows update to see if a sound driver is available to download. Go to microsoft.com and click on Microsoft Update under Downloads and Trials to see if there are any updates that are available.
go into the control panel and into the sound manager,(start,control panel, sound and other audio devices) then check all the volumes are up and not muted. If that fails, go into device manager, expand the device tree and right click on the audio device, click properties and check the driver is installed, and if necessary update the driver or roll back the driver.
do one thing open control panel then click on the sound speech and audio devices after that click on the adjust system volume a dialog box will appear infront of you then click on the hardware tab there is realtek(whatever your audio software's name) or audio codec click on them then click the properties tab and check whether the device is enabled or not......
the settings in the cubase le - devices - device setup are not set properly or the driver has been removed from the computer.
Id suggest you remove both the cubase le and the hardware device you use with it, then reinstall the cubase and your device. you may need to set the setting again in the device setup and it should work fine.
you copy/select the data that you need to copy or burn out and you will be given option of: make a data cd, audio cd that can play on any device, audio cd that can be plyed on an system. so you choose the option you desire and that will be all
If you can reinstall the program, you probably should do that first. If that does not cure the problem, then you will have to investigate the sound driver in your computer to see if it is operating. Click start on lower left of your computer. Click control panel. Click sound,speech and audio devices. Click sound and audio devices. Click hardware and see if your sound devices are listed. Click on the device you want to troubleshoot and click then click troubleshoot and go from there. This is based on windows xp home edition.
You can goto device manager by right clicking the My Computer icon then select properties command. In the pop up windows select the Hardware tab, there you will find this Device Manager. Right click the sound devices entry and select update driver. When prompted select "Go to web". You will get the required software automatically and your system will sound again to give you the mental peace.