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Re: Acer Aspire 3000 volume problems
Checked sound driver in device manager.
most likely is software issue.
if your sound driver is ok in device manager and the sound isnot working, try to re-install the driver,
if it still not working, reload/re-install the operating system.
if after you re-install operating system, still not working, it might be your motherboard
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first of all change the play back set from head phone in the audio tab and see if there is mute option on on the speakers symbol on the system tray bottom right hand on the system if yes uncheck the mute
Possible culprits: the drivers for the sound card are not installed, the sound is muted within Windows, or the sound card is damaged.
Start with the easiest thing first. See if your sound is muted. Access the Control Panel and go to Sounds. If the Mute box is checked, uncheck it.
If that fails, check to see if the Device Manager is showing disabled or nonfunctional devices (usually a device with a red X or a yellow dot with a black exclamation point). If its a red X, right click on the device and choose Enable. If its the exclamation point, the drivers are not installed. The easiest way: use Windows Update and let it scan your machine. Install any audio drivers it finds (do the audio driver ONLY). You'll need an external solution if the device is defective. If the notebook is under warranty, contact the manufacturer for options. Good luck to you.
First, go to control panel - > Audio devices, then right-click any empty spot on the sound device, and show disabled or disconnected devices. If "Speakers" shows up, right-click and choose set as default (or something similiar). If this does not work, just reinstall your audio drivers. Right-click my computer -> Properties -> Hardware - > Device manager - > Sound, then find the sound cards manufacturer name, and right-click an press uninstall.
collapse?? it turns off or down what happens?? try goin to device manager right click my computer then properties then device manager and look for the audio device disable it then enable it.. also goto acer's website and download the latest driver
I am worried that there is a problem with the sound card on your motherboard. If it has worked in the past and then suddenly disappeared, usually it is because the computer can no longer locate your sound card. It will not load a driver for a device that no longer exists. Since you have already done most of the troubleshooting steps, it is time to think about replacing your motherboard. Good luck