Question about Intel Computers & Internet
Hi, have you verified the following:
- Tested sound output from the speakers (connected to the speaker port)
- Tested sound output from the headphones (connected to the headphone port)
- Checked to make sure the system's sound isn't muted or turned down
If you've tried all three of those things and still can't get any sound, try reinstalling your sound driver (or updating it if there is a newer version available). It should be on the disc that came with your computer, but if not you can download it from the Intel website.
If the new sound driver doesn't fix the problem, your motherboard's sound capability or speaker may be bad. Rather than replace the motherboard, you can purchase a cheap sound card and just install it in an expansion slot, which will give you sound capability for a lot less money.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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