First thing I would check is if the driver for the speakers is installed , in windows right click on my computer , select hardware then device manager go to sound and see if there is a question mark or an x next to the speakers . If there is you need the driver for the speakers . If the driver is installed then make sure the speakers are plugged into the correct spot in the back of the computer and the sound card is installed correctly . Let me know if that fixes the problem for you
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In order for the other person to hear you, there must be a microphone installed on your computer. You mentioned that you have speakers, but you didn't say anything about whether your pc has a mic installed or not?
You can check to see if a mic is installed by going to your control panel and click on sounds, then look for the input device under voice. There is an option to test the device there too. If there are no devices installed there will probably be a red "X" or nothing in the device selection area.
hello, check the volume. also the jacks are color coded. green is speakers,pink is mic,blue is line in. if this does not help, consider adding sound card(this will give a better quality of sound than onboard sound) hope this helps! good luck, glen.
I'm afraid that the way the sound system is set up in microsoft control panel, you have to chose between external speakers on or the the built-in speakers on. check there under sound, but I don't think that there is an option to have both on
just remove the cord from CPu...the sound cord and re-plug it and try the option line out or line in... otherwise simple way is that...check wheter there is sound installed in Control panel under the add or remove program tab.... if not,then install the driver from *********** Board CD.. simple restart the PC it is required.. and for more queries post it on.. www.vk7.weebly.com under the guest book.. i will sort it out as soon as possible..