Question about Audio Players & Recorders
It may be cause by either software problem or hardware problem..
Here is the solution,
(tips. it is situated at right bottom corner.)
one new widow pop up.
here you can adjust your volume.
(tips. it deal with all your volume control setting. if you want to adjust your mic, or headphone sound setting you can use it.)
if above solution doesn't work then it can be hardware problem. to check plug out the speaker jack and slowly plugin . If sound travel from one speaker to another then assume that the problem is with your jack.. in this case you have to replace your speaker.
hope it helps you,
pls click on the thumb if you think it should. THANK YOU.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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