I am a Budapest-based Dutch radio journalist and have been trying for days now to connect my minisk to my Acer Aspire 4720Z notebook. I can connect it, but don't hear any sound via the speakers or headphone. What can I do? I'm desperate...
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There isn't an FM radio built into this unit. So maybe you are trying to get internet connected radio stations to play perhaps?
You can do a search for a program called a "radio Aggregator" which allows you to receive radio stations form all over the world. or you can just go to your favourite radio station an see if the stream live music over the web.
This is a radio station in England that I listen to via the internet from time to time, but most big radio stations stream these days.
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Through lan if it is connecting . Try resetting the router. Make it unsecured and check if it is wokring. If it is then there could have been a setting issue . If it is not . Check with the ping test . And also try renewing and releasing the ip . try also starting and stopping the dhcp services.
Use this tip for a check list : band, encryption, protocol (WPA, WEP?) Do you see your radio signal (SSID) Do you set an access list on your router? add your Vista PC MAC address to router list or disable access list control. Be sure to browse internet using a cable connection to router Try removing access security and check if connection performed Restore security protection and match router/pc settings,
1. Yes, the monitor will just display the resolution set by your laptop. 2. There should be a VGA port on your laptop, it's a trapezoid shape with 3 rows of 5 holes and usually blue. Since your monitor only has a DVI cable, you need to get a DVI to VGA adapter to be able to plug your monitor into this spot.