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Look on you system at the keyboard and you will find a key that toggles the mute if he pressed it. It will toggle between on and off. Normally the mute key or button will look like a megaphone and if it is muted it will have an x over it. Press it to unmute it. Sometimes if it is a key, you might have to press the FN, CTRL or ALT key while you press and hold the key that toggles the mute.
Another way to remove the mute is to Double Click on the megaphone if you see it at the bottom right near the time. This will bring up the volume control and you just remove the check mark from any that is muted.
Also you can click Start/Control Panel look for volume controls that might be muted and remove the check mark on mute.
Also click Start/Programs/Accessories/Entertainment/Volume Control and remove the check mark on muted items.
There are a number of ways to adjust the volume. 1) Normally a button or keys on the keyboard will adjust the sound volume. You might have to press and hold the FN key or the Alt key then hit the key that adjusts the volume up or down. 2) If you right click on the megaphone at the bottom right near the time you can adjust the volume. If you click Start/Control Panel and look for Sound and Audio Devices you can adjust it there. 4) If you click Start/Programs/Accessories/Entertainment you will see a way to adjust the volume.
If this does not work then it is likely to be a hardware problem, the only real soluition being to take it to a tech shop for a check over. It is however, much more likely to be software based and the driver update should fix it.
Most of the time their are multiple ways to do this.
1. On the speaker in the lower right hand corner left click and a volume bar appears. Slide it up and down. It should be adjust to 75% IMO.
2. On your keys there should be symbols that look like speakers that should match the color of you "fn" key. Press and hold the fn key and then press the corresponding speaker key to increase or decrease the volume.
3. There may be a rotary volume control on the front of the laptop case. It's as simple as turning it to increase or decrease it.
On the volume bar in windows verify that the muted in unchecked.
check the sound icon bottom right corner right click on it to adjust volume or to untick mute if this does not work you might not have a sound driver loaded.type in your comp details and download sound driver from internet. hope this helps.
check the volumes on sound driver.., also check maybe the master is muted ...if any of these won't work ..check wave volume also ...or reinstall the sound driver .... look that when you double click the volume in trey system ( bottom right ) you get the full volume manager .. if those would not fix the issue...uninstall the sound driver and reinstall it ..I assume you have the installation cd ..or the driver on disposal
It sounds like the volume button on the keyboard may be stuck in the volume down position. Your "c" key may have similar issues. You may want to have a tech check the keyboard connections for those buttons and clean beneath them...
there could one of two things wrong with the volume, 1, the volume control my need a clean or replacing, 2, the audio pcb has packed up and if you cant get it repaired you will need a new one fitted..hope this helps you.