Same problem again for u... Have u installed the sound drivers which comes from pc..if the problem again instint then the problem is with ur os.. one important thing in some pc the installation of sound drivers is of old fashion try that also...tc
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hi sir..! nothing to worry! move to menu on ur phone and try to change the profile that u r using current hit the option and move to personalise and under this option try to maximize the sound volume...! then another way is wen ur r in call try to hit right arrow key to maximise the volume..! thank u!
Hello Sir, Hi, this is rather unusual, the symptom may be loose volume control knob or pot, to fix this you need to see the solder joints, which may require disassembly, (not a good idea), I suggest you give up the sound system and use an external USB sound card, (cheap alternative). you can get one at you computer shop store and accessories.http://www.usbgear.com/USB-Sound.html
Hi just go to start then click run then write dxdiag then click ok. Then the DirectX diagnostic tools will show up,then click sound,then tab "Test Direct Sound" to check the sound is there. Click also the music then check the music.Feel free to ask whatever the result. Hope it may helps.
Hi lalit kumar. If both the speakers worked OK at first and not now then something has changed.
1. Check that the speakers are actually still set up to make sound out of both and not just one.If you open control panel > sound there is tabs that you can look at for sound settings.
2. VLC media player has its own settings for "adjustments and effects" You may have set these up in a way that is making the sound only appear to be out of one speaker. Set them to DEFAULT
Good day sir/ma'am, hi, If your PC does not produce sound, it could be any of the following so check the list one by one:
Your device driver for the sound is not yet installed. locate the CD that comes with your PC. I could help you find the driver if you add any information about your PC model or motherboard maker, you can download the driver at driverguide.com, just note the maker and model.
Your volume is either in mute or in a low volume setting. Check the taskbar at the lower right side of the desktop, if you see a speaker icon, right click it and set the volume level to high.
Your speakers is not connected to the audio port. Check the baby plug stereo speaker connector for open wires, if the wires are good connect it to the green audio port at the back panel of the PC, (usually pink, blue and green are side by side)
Your speakers are not working properly. If you have portable mp3 players, plug in your speakers to test the speaker unit itself.
Worst come to worst if your green audio port is the defective one. you can use the blue one provided you enable 4 channel, so sound is also sent to the blue port.
your built in sound card is bad, you can get a replacement soundcard of any brand, provided its PCI slot. or get those small USB type sound card.
Check also the BIOS setup, see if the built in sound card is enabled.
If I miss anything feel free to ask, hope these will solve your sound problems.
good day sir, there is a chance that you PC audio port is also busted( the green port) you may use the blue port, but you should enable 4 speakers (usually rear speakers) on your volume comtrol properties , (or 6 speakers if you want to use the pink one). If still no sound on all ports, buy a new PCI sound card. Coonect it on any available PCI slot on your PC. then run the CD device driver.
Usually when you double click the speaker icon in the system tray you'll see the volume settings for all your devices. On microphone there is usually an check box for mic boost. Set those to mic boost. Then check that all the sliders in the volumes are one increment below the top but maximum for Wave. Then set the master volume to a comfortable loudness This you can access by a single click to the speaker icon.
Next, you can go to Control Box, click on Sounds and check the settings for speakers/headphone and also for recording where there is usually a routine for checking the recording settings via your microphone made available to you.
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