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No audio out put

I have suddenly lost all audio out (although some times when booting up the boot up chime sounds). I have tried checking if volume is on, need for new drivers with no results.

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Audio receiver sudden death


I would suggest not turning it up so loud the next time and post the model and manufacturer information so we can better help.

There may be fuses that blew, replace them but do so with the same type of fuse, going to a different fuse will probably destroy your unit the next time you turn the volume up.

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I have a Macbook that i can't get the volume on the scale to move up or down.(No volume) The head phones works


Current models of MacBook have dual-phase audio out jacks that work both with electrical and optical equipment. If a headphone plug or other foreign object is inserted into the jack too firmly, or is slightly oversized, it can permanently bend the components that detect which kind of plug is inserted, or if there is no plug inserted.
There are four steps the owner can take before taking the machine in for service:
Make sure all software updates have been applied.
Check in System Preferences: Sound: Output that sound output is set to "Internal Speakers".
Use the F12 volume key to set the sound to maximum.
Reset PRAM by shutting down the MacBook, then pushing the power button to boot it and immediately holding down the four-key combination command-option-P-R until the boot chime is heard three times.
If this does not correct your problem, your logic board may need repositioning or replacement.

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Password that came with it does not work


You need to reset the password.
If you have OS 9, try this:
Restart the computer and hold down the X key while its booting. Then hold down Option at boot and choose the startup volume you want to boot from.

If you have OS X (any version)
Reboot. As soon as the start-up chime sounds, hold down the "Apple" key and the "s" key at the same time. You'll go to a black screen with text commands. Enter the following when the text stops coming up automatically:
Hit the "return" key after each one, include spaces (no space between / and .AppleSetupDone).
mount -uw /
rm /var/db/.AppleSetupDone
shutdown -h now

When you start up again, you will get a "Welcome to..." page.

I know your question is old, and I hope you already found your answer. Maybe this will help someone.


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Creative Audigy 2 (WDM) card cuts out


Plug in ONLY the regular wired speakers and ONLY to the green port on the back.

Make sure they are powered up and the volume is about half way.

Ok now you need to call up ether the sound card application or preferably the windows volume control from the bottom toolbar.

Click Open Volume Control.

A box with sliders in should appear. make sure that volume control, wave, sw synth, aux, cd player, line in
are all about half way and that none of them have ticks in the box at the bottom.

If any of those are missing click options then properties from the top left and put a tick besides any that were missing (nothing else)
Now close the slider box.

Put a normal music cd in your cd/dvd player on the computer and set it to play with windows media player.
You should now have sound out of the speakers.

Double check that EVERYTHING is ok.
If there is still no sound check the control panle for any hardware issues and rectify those with the correct drivers

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Startup switch on PB G4 17 not getting apple sound, takes numerous times to boot up. Using Tiger OS, upgraded to latest. Works fine, otherwise.


If a Mac is shut down while the volume is set to zero, the standard Apple startup chime will not sound, so it is impossible to say whether or not this symptom indicates a problem.
For a startup issue such as this, I would recommend zapping the PRAM and resetting Open Firmware.
To zap the PRAM, start with a powered-down machine, press the power button, then immediately hold down the four keys: command, option, P, R. After ten seconds or so, you should hear the optical drive reset, and then the startup chime (because the volume is reset to full by this procedure). Ten more seconds, another reset, another chime. After the second time you hear the chime, release the keys.
Shut the machine down again (if it doesn't start up successfully, hold the power button until the power goes off). Press the power button, then immediately hold down the four keys command, option, O, F. You will see some tech-speak on the screen, then it will wait for input. Enter the following three lines, pressing the "return" key at the end of each:
reset-nvram set-defaults reset-all
After the last line, your Mac will reboot itself. It should now boot much more reliably. If it doesn't, chances increase that you have a hardware problem. You may want to run the Apple Hardware Test from the DVDs that came with the PowerBook to check your memory and logic board. Failing this, you are in for a trip to the shop.

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I re-booted my computer and lost the volume control. there is no sound from my monitor at all. can you help? pleeeeeaaaase.


Re-boot your computer again and let it fully boot up. Volume control may come back if not go into control panel and into sound properties and activate the sound icon in task bar

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No sound from my Toshiba Satellite laptop


hi thanks for using fixya!

Try to update your windows and try to uninstall and install your sound driver.

If you need further assistance, let me know.

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Volume lost


Try this, go to control panel, sounds and audio devices, select audio tab and make sure the sound playback and record are set to your sound card.
I hope this helps.
I have another idea but try this one first and let us know if it works.
Good Luck.

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I lost my sound on my HP Compaq D530 computer


Check the audio setting in the volume control in the accessories folder in the start menu.  make sure that all of the audio channels are switcched on, and thaty none of them are muted.  If this does not work, try uninsztalling the audio device in the Device Manager, and restart.   

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Poor Sound


Audio amplifier IC faulty that why you get very low volume. Else check audio driving circuit to the audio power amplifier. Contact service centre. as there is no rectification process from user part

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