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My speakers are not working in my computer but I plug them into my phone and they worked> I have these speakers for awhile and they were working find what happen

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First, check the Control Panel for your computer. This may be reached in various different ways, depending on what OS you use, or if you use a Windows or a Mac. Make sure that all of your audio settings are normal, and that nothing has gotten accidentally muted. It may seem silly, but it is easy for these settings to be tweaked, so it's best to be sure.
Next, make sure that nothing is wrong with the place where your speakers plug into your computer; is it very dusty? Does anything seem jammed, or does it seem to otherwise be working normally? Your computer may need a cleaning.

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click start control panel sounds and audio volume advanced speakers make sure you have selected the

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further volume control settings you will need to right click on the speaker volume icon system select adjust volume


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speaker right click properties then select use this device (enable) also you might check


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you will have to open up the computer to check the lead attached to the rear of the input plug make

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dust causes static to build up in a computer


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After trying to plug in headphones (in the headphone socket) I have lost all sound on my Toshiba satallite 2040 (Idid have sounds from built in speakers before hand) can you help


Hi

You have not mentioned which operating system you are using.

You might have changed the defaul audio settings.

Vista/Windows 7: Start > Cxontrol Panel > Sounds & Audio Devices > Hardware & Sound > Manage Audio Devices > highlight the external speakers from the list of devices > Set Default > Apply > OK > Restart computer.

Win XP: Start > Cxontrol Panel > Sounds Speech & Audio Devices > Hardware & Sound > Change the Speaker Settings > Advanced > Speaker Setup - select Internal Stereo Speakers > Apply > OK > Restart computer.

I hope this helps.

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I can't seed to get my speakers to work. I have UBL pro speakers.


1. Check the Audio icon on the task bar if muted. If yes Unmute Go to start > control panel > sound. and make sure that nothing is muted.
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2. Sound Diagnosis refer this photo
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3. Re install the audio drivers. LINK
4. If steps 1-3 don't work, then take your speaker to your friend's computer and see if it works there? if yes then something is wrong in your computer system, if no, then something is wrong in those devices.
Refer to this image below. From your speaker the 3.5mm jack should be plugged at back of I/O ports LINE OUT.
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Thank you for posting hope this helps..

Jul 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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The computer wont recognize that the speakers are plugged in and no sound is coming out. i know it is pluugged in correctly because it was working the day before and all the lights are on


if your connection is right. double click speaker icon in the taskbar->dialoguebox volume control->uncheck all checkbox->adjust volume for wave in volume control->ok


2..IF NOT SELECT OPTION IN VOLUME CONTROL DIALOGUE BOX->ADVANCED CONTROL->UN CHECK PC SEAKER MUTE

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Model-m 255 clarion installed in a pontoon boat. RADIO WAS WORKING JUST FINE, THEN I INSTALLED A (NEW) BATTERY FOR MY BOAT, HOOKED EVERTHING BACK THE SAME WAY. NOW, I HAVE POWER BUT (NO) SOUND...


Disconnect all the speaker leads and then hook one speaker (a new, known to work speaker) up directly to the radio using a short (6"-12") piece of speaker wire. Does that speaker work then?

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Polk computer speakers work in laptop but not on desktop computer


desktops now a days have more than one plug for the speakers. try playing some music and play which hole works.

if there is a 5.1 or surround on the desktop then most likely the light green jack isnt stereo out but rather unamplified signal. thus when you plug head phones into it the internal amp drives the headphones, but wants the computer to drive the speakers.

try plugging it into the black one... or play pick a hole till it works.

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I have a pavillion d5000t and logitec x530 speakers and cannot seem to find the right combination to plug in the speakers - speakers have a black, a green, and an orange plug in and the computer has a...


It should go black to black, green to green, and orange to orange (the color coordinated pattern). I suspect your problem may be in the audio driver or a bad wire or bad sound card/ports.

First try re-configuring your audio (like you did when the computer was new):
If you have an audio card, start the software for that. Start > All Programs > Creative > Creative Sound Console. If you end up in Entertainment mode. Click on the Speakers tab and Autoconfigure the speakers.
If you have the on-board audio, see the Realtek audio in the Device Manager. Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Realtek HD Audio Manager. Click on the Speaker Configuration tab and choose your audio set-up.

Check if the Device Manager has a red x or yellow exclamation point for the audio. Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Device Manager. Try updating the driver. (In Windows 7, this works best if Windows Updates is set to automatically install drivers as well as other updates. Look in Windows Updates, the driver may be waiting to be installed.) Then try reconfiguring again after a reboot.

Also check if the speakers are getting power. Note: the configuration step above won't work if the speakers aren't powered and plugged in. Try them on another computer if you can.

I hope this helps.

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I cant get my speakers on my computer to work


Computer speakers are specially designed for a computer desktop environment. They are smaller than normal stereo speakers and often have built in volume controls and amplifiers. In most cases, you can plug in your computer speakers and have them work immediately. Occasionally, however, you will need to adjust your computer sound settings to get them to work correctly.
  1. Step 1 Plug your speakers into each other. Most PC speakers have a detachable cord that goes between them. Powered speakers have a cord that plugs into the wall, which may be detachable as well.
  2. Step 2 126401_thumb.jpg Image Courtesy of: http://www.hardware.windowsreinstall.com/soundcards.htm Look at the sound card output in the back of your computer. If your soundcard has three colored jacks, plug into the green one. If it does not have colored jacks, plug into the one next to the jack with the picture of a microphone. Plug the power supply into a wall socket.
  3. Step 3 Turn on the speaker, turn up the speaker volume and play some music. If it doesn't work, continue to step 4.
  4. Step 4 Turn your volume up on whatever media player you are using. If the music still doesn't play, continue to step 5.
  5. Step 5 Go to the volume settings. If you are using windowsmag-glass_10x10.gif, click Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Entertainment -> Volume Control.
  6. Step 6 Adjust the volume settings. Use your mouse to drag the main "Volume Control" slider and the "Wave" slider all the way to the top. If either of them have the "Mute" box checked, uncheck it. Try the sound again.

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