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Do your speakers require power? If so are they powered? You can tell just by hearing static/noise when you disconnect the speakers connector and plug it back in.
If they are not powered, are you sure you are plugged into the correct port on the PC? It will have 2 half circles with an arrow pointing outward.
If none of the above work, try plugging the speakers into something else to see if they work, like a CD player, or cell phone (if you have a new one with RCA output). This will check and see if the speakers are actually working or not.
Make sure the speaker cable from the speaker is connected to the speaker plug on the machine, usually green.
If the speakers have an AC adapter make sure it is plugged into the wall outlet and to the speaker.
Make sure the sound card is configured and working correctly.
Make sure you don't have the sound muted.
I hope this helps.
Good luck and have a great day.
There are a few reasons for this. I will go through a list of the most common options for trouble shooting.
1) is the speakers working ? (Test by plugging into an ipod or portable mp3 player)
2) if the speakers are working, is it in the right port. (on the M51 it should be plugged into the Green port)
3) Is the sound driver loaded ? ie if you click on the volume icon, can you mute / unmute it and change the volume ?
If it fails on 1, replace speakers. On 2 plug into correct port, and if you can't manage the volume from the PC then try re installing the sound drivers from your main board's CD, or windows update.
Hope this helps.
Check your PC's volume. You may or someone in your household has accidentally muted it. Unmute it or increase its volume (if you can't find the audio icon in the taskbar, proceed to the control panel - it's there), it maybe too low.
Hope this helps...
The set up should be as this.cable plugs into headphone jack on your pc. that connectects to your powerd subwoofer it is power correct! then your small speakers connect to the sub box or thew should? look on the sub box usually front and on the bottom.if thee actual speaker connections then they will be on the rear.
It seems more likely that someone inadvertently plugged a speaker wire into the wrong jack, or pulled it out from somewhere, than that comcast software or installation would affect your sound. If you plug a headphone into the output jack in the front of your machine, can you hear sound? If so, your sound card is working and the speaker set up is probably at fault... I hope this leads you in the right direction... If you need further assistance, please reply with a comment to this post and we can look at the device manager and see what's up...
It might be that ur drivers are bad or maybe ur speakers are shot n the best way is to try n connect the speakers to a different sound source... anyhow as for your codec issue the best bet is a codec pack called Klite... it is the best n plays anything n everything... you can get it here...