Hp desktop pc 1502 has no input or output and theme has changed
Hello.. my pc does not produce any sound, can not find my printer while it is installed properly, it does not recognise any usb memory stick, and the theme of windows has changed, while having the xp windows installed the theme has become the old grey one. HELP!
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this depends on what kinda audio output you want to install ..but the general idea is to get the audio signal from the computer from the green out in the back on the sound card (it is a 3.5 jack ) ..and there is the stereo out-put for the computer's sound..It can be amplified in any device that has a stereo input on 3.5 jack .. if you want something more complicated..the map of the out-put (the scheme) will be shown in the sound manager (of teh driver ) ..when you make the output changes..This is on a color code..and can be 2+1...3+1..4+1..and the surround 5+1..when you choose surround 5+1 from the sound manager ..it is shown all 3 outputs and the role they play ..bass+center ...Front ...and rear ..they are 2by 2 stereo paired on left and right ..
what do you mean by changing the background of the video? are you implying the desktop theme? if the desktop theme, just right click on the desktop the click on the properties then go to the desktop tab the choose your selected background.
No, S-Video is video only. Look for the Audio output jack on your computer (usually its a lime green earphone hole). you will need a 3.5mm to RCA Stereo output wire, and attach the RCA audio to the AUX input of your TV, and then hook it to the Earphone/Speaker output jack on your computer. Then you will have to set your computer volume at about 75% (not all the way up, but more than halfway up). Then you can adjust the volume on the tv set. (just fyi, if you have bass boosting on the COMPUTER, turn that off, as well as any Equalizer or BASS/TREBEL booster. Set your mixers and boosters to NORMAL for best sound. not doing so could produce popping or scratching in the sound from the TV, also, if you have your PC volume higher than 75% that can also cause popping)
Right Click on the Desktop, Click "Properties", then "Settings" slide the arrow on the bottom left to the far right hand side. You've changed the resolution which "zooms out" or makes everything smaller. :)
Hello, I might be able to help. It sounds like you need to reinstall the sound and graphic drivers for your computer. In order to find out which drivers to use you need to know the brand and model computer you have (i.e. Dell dimension 3000, HP 510, etc.). Visit the manufacturers website (i.e. Dell.com, HP.com, etc.) , click on support and downloads, enter your brand and model computer, and that you want to find the drivers. Finally, once you find the drivers page for your model, simply download and install them.