My speakers are to soft, I can't listen to music or DVD's without attaching a headset. The sound is to soft although all slides are fully open. Originally it had Vista on it which is replaced by XP Business. See no relation for the problem but you never know.
Oh yes and I bought the laptop in Andorra/Spanish and reversed it to US/English.
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Re: Soft working speakers
Sounds like a driver issue. Try updating your sound drivers through Acer's web site. If that doesn't work you'll need to find out the make and model of the sound card and search for drivers at the manufacturers site.
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My father and I just had that same issue on his brand new ET2300. I upgraded the sound drivers from Asus's website to the newest version V126.96.36.19926. That seemed to fix the problem. Once you play with the sound settings in the Maxxaudio (or whatever it's called) software, you can get it to really sound good.
the sound card in n that netbook is a very weak one, alot of people complain, could be that could also be that you have the wave volume turned down... go to start control panel sound and audio devices right under the volume slider click the advanced tab make sure all tabs there are maxxed out if that doesnt work turn dolby on, suposedl;y that helps... if that doesnt work, turn the volume up all the way, play a soft song, like saxaphone music, adn get the speaker close to your ear, if you can barely hear the music, and get about the same amount of static or white noise, you have a shorted circuit with the internal sound system...
Online sounds is wrong redirected, it's typically a software whose blocking it. Try to retrieve every update you've done since it started. You can still download online video and watched it later , free flv converter is a good working soft for that, but for messenger/yahoo/skype... you still have to check again all soft who are using online sounds and maybe uninstall... good luck